I deeply regret to say that on January 23rd, my lovely friend Pamela Leigh Richards, ex-wife of author David Icke, was severely injured after she fell 12 feet off a ladder onto concrete at her home. After being flown via helicopter to a specialist, Pamela endured brain surgery. She has since been released and is recuperating at home. Below is her recently emailed account of the accident, published with her permission and edited for privacy.
Pam is one of the loveliest, kindest, sweetest and most gentle and innocent people I have ever had the delight to know. She is the last person on Earth to deserve any trauma on any scale, much less this nightmare.
Even in revealing this appalling incident, Pamela included beautiful images of hope and empowerment.
My dear Pamela, I wish you a speedy and full recovery – and a long life!
Please post comments of support below!
Hello all, I am now at home after being discharged from hospital ( with a lovely caring lady to help me.) This happened on Saturday 23, Jan.
Yes, I fell from the loft in the garage (12 Feet), slipping off the ladder straight onto the concrete floor fracturing my skull, (subcutaneous hematoma, head trauma with left epidural hematoma, cerebral contusions), fractured my left wrist with rib fractures and bruising all over.
I just blanked out and lost footing and over I went. For some odd reason I somehow walked myself to my bed where I began moaning as blood was pouring out of my nose and thank goodness my landlords came back to the property, otherwise I would surely have died. They tried to get me in the car but would not go. I threw up then had to lay down. Paramedics were called and I was taken to XXXXX Medical Center where they flew me by helicopter North to XXXXX Medical Center for emergency brain surgery was performed draining the blood in my brain. It is so sureal.
I am ony relaying what was told to me because I remember nothing pretty much. I feel as if I died, yet didn’t? Broken ribs are no fun nor is a bruised and swollen brain. All moving to recovery though for I have too much to do beore I really fly from here … thank you all for being so sharing and caring with me.
Love You all much! pammy
And we love you too, Pammy! Big hug and lots of healing light and love!
Pamela’s website: Fly with Me Productions