Jackie James' sister gives an update on Jackie's condition after aneurysm rupture

"We remain dedicated to securing optimal care for the highest quality of life for Jackie following this tragic event."

by Sead Dedovic
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Jackie James' sister gives an update on Jackie's condition after aneurysm rupture

It was reported that Jackie Miller James suffered an aneurysm during her ninth month of pregnancy. She is currently in a medically induced coma. Her sister, Natalie Miller, expressed how grateful she was for all of the support from family and friends during these hard times for her and her family.

Their faith and hope that things will get better is what keeps them going in life. "Our family sincerely thanks the community that has rallied around Jackie's recovery thus far.
We are deeply touched by everyone's love and support and have found strength from the kindness and generosity from friends, family, followers and strangers alike."
she said, as quoted by eonline.com It is their goal to provide Jackie with the best treatment possible.

"We remain dedicated to securing optimal care for the highest quality of life for Jackie following this tragic event."

Family's statement: Jackie was found immediately by her husband, Austin

It is worth recalling that Jackie was found by her husband, Austin.

After being referred to the hospital, she underwent surgery immediately as a result of what happened. "We are deeply saddened to share that our sister, Jacqueline (Jackie), was nine months pregnant and one week from her due date, when she suffered an aneurysm rupture, leading to severe brain bleeding and injury.

Jackie was found immediately by her husband, Austin, and was rushed to the emergency room and into an operation where they performed an emergency C-section and brain surgery simultaneously." Baby Girl will remain in the ICU after a traumatic birth.

"Twelve days after this incident, Jackie remains in a medically induced coma and has undergone five separate brain procedures. Jackie is expected to remain in the ICU for weeks and will continue to be hospitalized for months. The baby girl remained in the NICU after 12 days due to the traumatic events of her birth."

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