Although her death was due to an accident, HHT in her lungs contributed to death, as the medical team was unable to keep oxygen levels high enough to survive the trauma.
Lindsey struggled with the symptoms of HHT throughout her life, including 4 pulmonary embolisations. The disorder prevented her from having normal childhood experiences, such as running, playing, hiking, even walking up a set of stairs.
Despite this, she was a lively girl who loved playing baseball and was wicked pitcher.
Lindsey joins her father and older sister in heaven. We miss them all very much.
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OUR BEAUTIFUL ANGEL
Dear my baby sis linds
Sending prayers for comfort
RIP Sweet Lindsey
You are missed.
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