What’s Trending: Mum dies
Wed, August 29, 2012 - 9:51 AM
The Nation’s Online Editor Carol Martindale looks at What’s Trending today in Barbados.
News that Lynette Stoute the mother of three who had rushed into her house at Diamond Valley, St Philip when it was burning to save her children, have died, touched readers this morning.
Stoute was burned over 80 per cent of her body when she made a desperate attempt to rescue her children, who unknown to her, were out of the house.
The 23-year-old died yesterday at a hospital in Panama.
Kemielle Lashley: “R.I.P Lynette. you did a miraculous deed and it was all for the love of your children. You are truly a hero. May your soul rest in the utmost peace. You will be truly missed.”
Ezra Alleyne: “Nothing, but nothing beats a mother's love. May she rest in peace.”
Melissa Brome: “My heart is heavy with the news of the passing of that brave young lady. You know I had to stop and really think and now I understand - she represents the reality of what a mother’s love truly is, willing and without a hesitation sacrificing herself so that her children would be safe. I am honoured and I am inspired by the bravery of this young woman. My heart goes out to her family and I say her name should be synonymous with greatness and her actions should be spoken about on a massive scale. Lynette Stoute I salute you RIP!”
Joyann Babyjay Goodridge: “RIP Lynette. Very sad to hear of your passing You gave up your life for your children. It’s very touching.”
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