Caroline Lovell’s husband has spoken out about the tragic death of his wife following a 2012 home birth.
Nick said he remembers Caroline, 36, saying her back was sore and asking for Valium, The Australian reports.
He said he called his mother to ask her to come ot the house because he was “very worried and needed a family member present.”
“I felt very helpess and didn’t know what to do,” he told the Coroner’s Court.
Mr Lovell is now the full time carer of their two children Lulu, five and Zahra, two.
Previously, Mamamia wrote:
Caroline Lovell should be alive.
She should be watching her two daughters start to grow up. She should be spending time with her husband, laughing as they watch TV on the couch. She should be here with her friends and family.
She should not be dead. Not at 36.
An hour after Caroline Lovell gave birth at her Melbourne home in 2012, it’s been alleged, she told her midwives she needed to go to hospital — and that she felt like she was dying.
But Caroline was reportedly not taken straight away, and instead the midwives tried to calm her down.