Erin Krakow Hopes for ‘Speediest Recovery’ for Mamie Laverock After Fall

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Erin Krakow Hopes for ‘Speediest Recovery’ for Mamie Laverock After Fall

By Movieguide® Contributor

WHEN CALLS THE HEART’s Erin Krakow is pulling for co-star Mamie Laverock’s recovery after her five-story fall from a hospital balcony last month.

“We’ve been in touch and we are wishing her all the best,” Krakow told Page Six on June 11. “She’s such a great girl and I hope it’s just the speediest recovery. But we’re going to offer her family some privacy.”

“Just wishing her the fastest recovery she can have,” Krakow told US Weekly on June 12.

Movieguide® reported on Laverock’s condition on June 6:

“She is enduring tremendous pain and continues to not give up,” an update on her GoFundMe shared. “We can only hold onto the miracles of each day and continue to thank everyone for their prayers and marvel at the miracles of her story. Our daughter loves her life and loves her family and is fighting hard everyday.”

Since her fall, Laverock has steadily improved and has even “opened her eyes,” her mom, Nicole Rockmann, told the LA Times.

“Let’s just hope this is the turnaround and she’s going to get through this now,” she added. “I couldn’t be happier that people reached out and cared. The story will be told.”

Krakow said the concern and response from fans have been “amazing” and told fans directly, “It really is. Thank you.”

In a previous update, the actress’s father and stepfather said Laverock “has undergone two 11-hour surgeries with two doctors working on her, a three hour surgery and another surgery today. We have nothing but gratitude for the doctors and nurses who have been exemplary in her care since May 26.”

“The 19-year-old’s mom also claimed that her daughter’s fall was not ‘intended,’ and placed blame on St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, Canada, where she was admitted for a medical emergency in early May and fell while allegedly being escorted around the facility,” PEOPLE reported.

“This is an absolute miracle and there will be accountability,” her mother told the Los Angeles Times. “All we care about is that Mamie can make a recovery and that she’s alive and that she’s fighting and that she’s strong. It’s unbelievable that she’s with us.”

A spokesperson for Providence Health Care, which runs St. Paul’s Hospital, told the Los Angeles Times that an internal critical incident review is being conducted. The spokesperson added their “hearts go out” to Laverock and her family and they “offer our best wishes for a full recovery.”

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