Pregnant mother died from brain hemorrhage
Forty-year-old Beverly Bumbury, a mother of seven, who collapsed and died on her way to the hospital on Sunday last, died as a result of brain hemorrhage due to high blood pressure.
This is according to the report from a Post Mortem Examination done on Friday at the Georgetown Public Hospital.
Beverly, who was eight months pregnant with twin boys, complained of feeling unwell to her husband, 45-year-old Ray Bumbury, while at their Bonasika, Essequibo River house.
The husband, who is a farmer, told police that his wife suffered from hypertension.
The husband said he decided to take her to the hospital and so they departed Bonasika via boat but during the journey, the pregnant woman continued to complain of feeling unwell.
Upon their arrival at the Hubu landing on the East Bank of the Essequibo River at around 01:00hrs, she appeared to had lost consciousness.
A report was made to the police at the Parika Police Station, East Bank Essequibo, and she was rushed to the Leonora Cottage Hospital, West Coast Demerara.
There she was pronounced dead.