‘I’m scared to death’: Mum of child who died after taking painkillers to help her daughter has spoken to the BBC

From the front of a hospital bed, she had taken a pill to treat the flu, and then she went off her meds.

“I’m terrified to death,” the girl’s mother, Sarah, told the BBC.

“It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do in my life.”

On the day her daughter died, she went to the hospital, where she gave a statement.

The next day, she checked in for a second visit.

She had a heart attack and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Sarah says her daughter’s parents were in shock, but did not seek medical help.

The family’s son, Ian, says his mother was an amazing mother, but that she was also an incredibly brave person.

He says she was never concerned about the consequences of taking the medicine.

“She was so careful about her family and what she was doing, and she knew the consequences for herself and her family,” he says.

“And that was all she cared about, she was worried about her child.”

Sarah says that in recent months, the family have been receiving support from the local community.

“We’ve had people calling and telling us that they know the family, they know what happened,” she says.

She is also speaking out about her daughter to raise awareness about the issue.

Sarah said that as the case was being investigated, she received phone calls from a number of other parents who have been unable to provide information about their child’s condition.

“Some of them, it’s been almost a year and a half since they got that call,” she said.

“They’re worried they won’t be able to tell their child that their child is in the hospital because the police will know they’re doing this.”

The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) said it was aware of the case and was working with the coroner to help.

But NHMRC says it has received reports of cases involving opioid painkillers.

The NHMPC says it is investigating the case to establish the facts and circumstances surrounding Ms O’Neill’s death.

“In line with its responsibilities under the Medicines Act 2016, the NHMCC is working with relevant authorities to investigate and make inquiries to understand the circumstances of Ms O, her family, and to understand how they have been impacted by this matter,” it said.

The coronial inquest is due to continue next week.

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