Lindsay Clancy, a Massachusetts mother suspected of murdering her 3 kids and attempting suicide, is apparently still in the hospital although “improving everyday.” On January 24, the 32-year-old from Duxbury reportedly murdered her 5-year-old daughter, Cora, and 3-year-old son, Dawson.
The youngsters were evacuated to a nearby hospital, where they were confirmed dead after showing indications of severe trauma. Clancy is also accused of murdering her 8-month-old son, Callan, who was transported to a local hospital alive but with significant injuries, however died days later.
Lindsay’s husband, Patrick Clancy, begged with the people to forgive his wife, who had apparently been dealing from significant mental health issues previous to what transpired. Despite her husband’s claims that she was getting intensive care, it is thought that her postpartum anxiety led to the catastrophe at the couple’s house.
Since last week’s unfortunate series of events, very little facts about the mom have been disclosed. Authorities provided with a quick update via email.
Duxbury Police Chief Michael Carbone stated that he don’t know what Mrs. Clancy’s present health is. He know she’s doing better every day and has talked to relatives and friends.
She is unable to get out of bed. She is unable to walk and don’t know what the medical prognosis is, but she can’t walk right now, Lindsay Clancy’s defense attorney, Kevin J. Reddington said. She’s not in terrific physical condition. She isn’t in excellent emotional condition. She’s not getting out of bed and walking out of the room.
Lindsay Clancy, on the other hand, is still being watched over by sheriff’s officers around the clock. Although the Duxbury police chief said that she has been permitted to talk with family and friends, Reddington told that she has not.
Reddington also discussed her previous medical condition as well as her present medical condition.
The meds that were administered were over the top, totally over the top, he claimed, revealing that she had been prescribed 12 pills between October and January and that they were “turning her like a zombie.” He said that he feels the drugs were to blame for her violent and suicidal ideas.
The grief of the Clancy family seems to have touched every aspect of the close-knit community. Community leaders and emergency responders have expressed their sorrow.
He wish to let all know that they have felt ones love and support throughout the past week, and they are grateful. Many individuals have sent meals to them, as well as handwritten letters, cards of support, and visits from community volunteers, Rob Reardon, the chief of the Hingham Fire Department, said on Facebook. Their phones have been inundated with messages of support and gratitude. They could write a book on the random acts of generosity that occurred. The community and beyond have been really helpful. They are honored to serve as ones firemen.
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Rene Reed, the town manager, told that reading Patrick Clancy’s latest statement was difficult because it made him cry. Patrick Clancy’s fortitude is assisting Duxbury in healing.
Patrick’s remarks have brought a great deal of comfort to many who are unsure how to deal with their feelings. He’s been a ray of sunshine, Reed said.
Melanie O’Neal, the owner of Rustic Manor in Hanover, Massachusetts, was moved to contribute to the cause. She has joined the Blue Dot Project and is producing signs, with 100% of the revenues benefiting maternal mental health.
The blue dot represents a safe area to communicate to her about maternal mental health, O’Neil said. According to the Blue Dot Project website, the blue dot denotes unity in eradicating the stigma associated with mental health difficulties.
Friends started a GoFundMe campaign to assist Patrick Clancy in order to alleviate some of his misery. In only one week, the fund has received more than $1 million in contributions.
Despite the fact that the Clancy tragedy has sparked a national conversation about maternal mental health and postpartum depression, with the majority of people attempting to raise awareness, many individuals are still conflicted about the case and have taken to Twitter and Facebook to express their concerns.
Maternal mental health problems may be disastrous.
There is assistance available for moms suffering from maternal mental health issues, and women are advised to contact their physicians or the Health Resources and Services Administration’s National Maternal Mental Health Hotline.