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Hallmark star Mamie Laverock 'doing well' after 5-story hospital balcony fall: Family

Photo of Mamie Laverock (Credit: GoFundMe)
Photo of Mamie Laverock (Credit: GoFundMe)
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When Calls the Heart fans can share a sigh of relief as Mamie Laverock is "is doing well" after a 5-story hospital balcony fall, according to her family.

On May 30, in an update posted to Rob and Nicole Compton’s GoFundMe campaign for their Mamie, 19, the family wrote she was “out of her big surgeries.” They also confirmed that doctors now say she's “doing well.”

“It’s impossible for us to be happier,” Laverock’s parents continued. “Thank you all for your support.”

According to the GoFundMe campaign, after spending two weeks in “intensive treatment” in the hospital due to a “medical emergency” that had happened earlier in May, Laverock “was escorted out of a secure unit of the hospital and taken up to a balcony walkway from which she fell five stories,” per the fundraiser page, which was set up by her parents, Rob and Nicole Compton.

“She sustained life threatening injuries, has undergone multiple extensive surgeries and is currently on life support,” Laverock’s parents wrote on May 26.

Before “When Calls the Heart,” Laverock debuted in the 2012 rom-com “This Means War” starring Reese Witherspoon and appeared in “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”

“When Calls the Heart” (airing Sundays at 9 p.m.) is based on a series of books of the same name, and has aired on Hallmark since 2014, the New York Post described. It follows a teacher (Erin Krakow) working in a small coal mining town.

Laverock stars as Rosaleen Sullivan, a nursing student whose father was killed in a mining accident.

The show’s star, Krakow, took to Instagram asking her followers to donate to the fund.

Johannah Newmarch, who plays Laverock’s on-screen mother Molly Sullivan, also posted about Laverock on X.

The New York Post reached out to Hallmark Media for comment, to which they replied in a statement: “We are deeply saddened to hear the news about Mamie. As a beloved member of our ‘When Calls the Heart’ community, we wish her and her family peace, comfort and many prayers during this difficult time.”

As of May 30, the campaign has raised nearly $32,000 in donations to their fundraiser -- which originally had a $30,000 goal.

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