This 15-year-old Girl Bids Farewell To Her 16-year-old Lover Who Will Soon Die


Seeing a loved one live his last moments before your eyes is always a painful and painful experience. It is an experience that can mark you for life and change your vision. Moreover, this girl had a similar experience and refused that his lover leaves this world before bidding him farewell.

A photo that is worth every speech
Wearing a blue top and a checkered bottom, Stephanie Ray, heartbroken, cuddling her lover in the hospital before he leaves our world.

The photo is both touching and beautiful, as it captures a moment of love between the brave 15-year-old girl and her 16-year-old boyfriend, Blake Ward.

Blake was one of three teenagers rescued from the sea in Tywyn, south of Gwynedd in northwestern Wales, after being swept away by the sea on a family trip.

Blake, a boy from Dudley, England, was swimming during a summer's day, he was swept away by the sea current him and two other teenagers.

Two helicopters, three lifeboats, two coast guard crews, paramedics and police were called to the seaside to rescue them.

Blake was taken to Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool where he was placed in intensive care. His condition was severe and the doctors said that he would never be able to regain consciousness because his brain was damaged and he had to make the difficult decision to shut down the machines that keep him alive without being conscious.

Four days after his rescue at sea, the doctors and close relatives finally decided to put out the equipment that kept Blake alive, ending his life.

Stephanie stayed with Blake, refusing to leave him. Besides, she was at his side every second since leaving the water until the doctors let him go.

In her final goodbye, she climbed into her hospital bed and placed one of Blake's arms around her.

Later, Stephanie posted the famous photo on her Facebook page, which shows her cuddling Blake before the resuscitation machines are turned off.



A beautiful tribute

She and other relatives were also able to raise money at a fundraising site for Blake's funeral, and they were able to raise more than £ 1,200, the equivalent of £ 1,300.

Stephanie wrote on Facebook on the day of Blake's death that it was the hardest day for her and it will be a day she will never forget. She also said that Blake was a loving person and would do anything for everyone.

She went on to explain how Blake had become part of his family, describing him as a "handsome, brave and generous" boy. She added in her post on Facebook that he was someone special to her and that there was something special between them and they will always have it.

She also added that Blake did not suffer because he died with his family and will be missed forever. For her, he will always have a special place in her heart and she will never forget it.

Eventually Blake's funeral was taken over by Liverpool Alder Hey Hospital. And all the money raised by the donations will be donated to search and rescue at sea, charities for air ambulances, and to have more rescuers and coastguards on the beaches.

The near drowning or why Blake did not survive despite his rescue?
Blake has been a victim of near-drowning, which is the term for survival after suffocation caused by immersion in water or other fluid.



Drowning is always fatal, but near-drowning can have long-term effects, such as survival with permanent damage, usually to the brain, or death after a 24-hour survival period. The near drowning triggers a reaction movement in the body as well as the effects of oxygenation in the lungs and leads to an absence of oxygen in the tissues.

The near drowning occurs very quickly. Within three minutes of submersion, most people are unconscious and within five minutes the brain begins to suffer from a lack of oxygen. The heart rhythm is then abnormal: cardiac dysrhythmia often occurs in cases of near-drowning and the heart may stop pumping blood (cardiac arrest). Blood acidity may increase (acidosis) and in some circumstances, near drowning may result in a substantial increase or decrease in circulating blood volume. If they are not quickly reversed, these events cause permanent and irreversible damage.
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