The Guinness family has lost one of its youngest members. Last July, the young Honor Uloth lost her life at just 19 years old. While her loved ones were enjoying a barbecue day at their mansion in Sussex province, the 19-year-old was found unconscious at the bottom of a swimming pool. The Guinness heiress, who had not consumed alcohol that evening, was in the hot tub with two friends before going for a swim around 11 p.m. When she left for the pool, her friends stayed in the jacuzzi with their backs to her. As the officer in charge of this case confided, they therefore could not see what was happening to Honor Uloth. After she drowned, her 15-year-old brother jumped into the pool to try to save his oldest child. While waiting for the ambulance they called to arrive, some of them gave him heart massage.
After the arrival of paramedics, the young woman was rushed to St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester before being transferred to St Thomas’s Hospital in London. Oxford University art history student Brookes suffered a broken shoulder and brain damage, as reported by the Daily Mail. On August 6, six days after entering hospital, Honor Uloth was pronounced dead. She was the eldest daughter of Rupert Uloth and Lady Louisa Jane Guinness, of whom Father Benjamin Guinness was the 3rd Earl of Iveagh. “Although the pool was lit, it appears that Honor jumped or slipped into the pool and in doing so, bumped her head into unconsciousness. It’s unclear what she bumped her head on.” , said the medical examiner, who described the death of the young woman as “accidental” and due to a hypoxic brain injury.
Honor donated her organs
After the news of her death, her family explained that the young woman wanted to donate her organs in order to save lives. “She has always made it clear that if anything happened to her, she would like her organs to be donated to those in need,” they said. Doctors say that with the matches they found, it appears that it’s going to help save four lives and seriously improve ten more. ” Her loved ones continued, “We lost a daughter and a sister who brought untold light and joy into our lives. She was so full of fun, laughter, kindness and adventure. She had the gift of bringing people together. people and making them feel good. Her last day was spent riding polo ponies in the morning, seeing friends on the beach in the afternoon and enjoying an evening with close and family over a delicious outdoor dinner. It was their kind of perfect day. ”
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