GoFundMe launched for family of Mass. mother who drowned saving son

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“All through her life, Melissa’s best success was her position as a mom, a aspect that outlined her above all else.”

The Bagley Family.
44-year-old Melissa Bagley drowned whereas attempting to save lots of her son after he really feel into the water at Franconia Falls. Bagley Household Fund in Reminiscence of Melissa Bagley GoFundMe web page

A GoFundMe has been launched for the household of a 44-year-old lady who drowned whereas saving her son from the present of a New Hampshire waterfall on Tuesday. 

Melissa Bagley of Lynn was a part of a household of six mountain climbing at Franconia Falls with a household good friend when Bagley’s 10-year-old son fell into the water, in response to New Hampshire State Police. Police mentioned Bagley jumped in to attempt to pull the kid from the present.

Two of Bagley’s different youngsters jumped in to assist their mom and brother, in response to police. The ten-year-old was ultimately freed, however Bagley finally drowned and couldn’t be resuscitated, police mentioned.

The GoFundMe for the household, organized by Alison Frazee, was launched on Wednesday. The funds are being raised to “present solace,” to the Bagely household, in response to the GoFundMe.  

“All through her life, Melissa’s best success was her position as a mom, a aspect that outlined her above all else,” the GoFundMe reads.

“Melissa exemplified the epitome of selflessness, by making the last word sacrifice for her household. Left within the wake of her departure is her loving husband and 4 stunning youngsters who will now must be taught to navigate life with out her.”

Inside 24 hours, donations for the Bagely household reached $49,000 of their $75,000 aim. 

Bagley’s husband was recognized as LT. Sean Bagley of the Everett Police Division

“Whereas we recognize all those that have reached out we ask that Lt Bagley and his household be given the time and area to mourn the dying of Melissa,” the division mentioned in a Fb put up.

The investigation into the drowning is ongoing. Police ask anybody with data to contact New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol Sergeant Joshua Dirth at (603) 227-2115 or Joshua.E.Di[email protected], or name State Police dispatch at (603) 846-3333.