Wednesday, December 18, 2013

SUICIDE ATTEMPT BY JUMPING OUT APARTMENT WINDOW PUTS WOMAN IN HOSPITAL

LIVING IN A BASEMENT APARTMENT MOST LIKELY SAVED HER LIFE. EXPERTS SAY IT WAS A CRY FOR HELP WHILE OTHERS SAY SHE SUFFERS FROM MIXUPEIA, A DISORDER WHERE THE PERSON AFFECTED, CAN NOT TELL UP FROM DOWN


BRIDGEPORT

Wendy Daay is now resting at BGH
Wendy Daay, 36  was taken Friday to Bridgeport General Hospital and treated for bumps and bruises she suffered in a suicide attempt jumping out her basement bedroom window.  Upon learning she will recover, her family was giving each other high fives.
The following account of what happened was given by her sister, Sonny.
Wendy had broken up with her boyfriend of ten years a little over two years ago and after struggling with mood swings and long bouts of day dreaming, she managed to pull herself together. Then last week from out of the blue, her boyfriend contacted her and told her he had been wrong and was coming back.  It was more than she could take.  She started clicking her teeth, snapping her fingers, and whistling a lot.  I should have known something was up. On Friday while I went out to shop for some scouring powder, she wrote a quick suicide note, opened the window and jumped.  I came home and heard her moaning and found her 'lying in the window well. An ambulance was called and Daay was soon on her way to the hospital.
Police were given the suicide note and although it's contents were not made public, Officer Dexter Roaddosky spoke to CHANNEL 1 NEWS'S Dave Taylor and under condition of anonymity divulged that the boyfriend, Roger Pederstead admitted to calling Daay, but said it was only a joke, he is not coming back. He was not charged.
Doctors say that Daay will most likely be released tomorrow under the supervision of her sister.

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