Jesse has now been moved to Jubilee Hospital and will hopefully start on a rehabilitation program. It's been a long 3 weeks at Victoria General in limbo, nice to see some action. Jesse is our fighter, keep on going girl.
Jesse and Billy are coming home!!! Leave tomorrow 4AM (2pm Thursday, Canada time) and arrive Victoria 34 hours later! So grateful they are on their way. Billy and Jesse are forever thankful and everyone here has been wonderful. Keep the love and prayers coming.
Wow... look at this amazing journey.. almost 4 weeks in our lives and we have intimately watched Jesse come from near death to an amazing recovery. Mama Bear Billy has been constantly by her side and we all know Jesse still has a long road of recovery ahead of her but what a fighter.
I am so honoured to have played a significant role in this journey..Billy is a wonderful friend and I know she loves her daughter dearly. None of us know what is coming the next second, this whole experience has taught me me to be forever thankful and treasure all seconds and moments.
Below you will find the story of Jesse Lynn March.. After having a tragic fall off a balcony in Cambodia after being moved by air ambulance Jesse is now in Bangkok. Her Mother Billy Page by her side. Jesse has a team of 8 doctors waiting for her to stabilize so they can perform many surgeries. On the upside she is off ventilation and neck brace is off and she had a sip of water.
Four months ago Jesse Lynn March headed off on the trip of a lifetime, now she is in serious condition in a Cambodian hospital.
Jesse is a 31 year old first aid responder from Fort St. John who has been travelling Asia the last 4 months. It has been her life time dream to travel and she has been to Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. It has changed her life. Unfortunately on September 18th, 2017 she was seriously injured in a freak accident in Phnom Penh and is in ICU in a Cambodian hospital. Her injuries include 2 fractured hips, a fractured pelvis, broken left arm, internal bleeding and 3 cracked ribs pressing on her lungs causing fluid build up which they cannot drain till she is more stable. Billy, her mom is on an emergency flight from Victoria on September 20th to be by her daughter's side.
Jesse has a long road to recovery ahead of her and we need your help to get her home. Please light a candle and send your love and positive energy on to someone who has always given so much to others.
Jesse is the daughter of my very dear friend Billy Page.