Marco Lundy’s Story

By Lina Toyoda, The Province — Tam Lundy got a call at 8:30 p.m. in the evening of the day she had stepped off an airplane, jetlagged, from Europe. It was the kind of call no parent wants to get.

Her daughter, Marco Lundy, 36, had been thrown from a horse that morning and was at Royal Columbian Hospital in critical condition. Marco had a severely lacerated liver, so severe that it had nearly split in half.

“She is lucky to be alive,” says RCH trauma nurse practitioner Kathleen Fyvie.

Read Marco’s full story in The Province

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