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The mother of woman with findings that died after falling from a mechanical Bronco on a night, has paid tribute to her “beautiful and friendly” daughter.
Jessica Lally, 26, died from a cardiac arrest after she fell from the mechanical bull at the Bar Rodeo Bar in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, last October.
The devastated mother of her Joan has now described the loss of her daughter, who had been planning to marry her couple at the end of this year, as “heartbreaking” and said: “Sometimes we still fall into pieces.”
Jessica’s family has now launched a fundraising campaign for the installation of more life-saving defibrillator equipment in public places, since this device could have saved Jessica’s life, had been used before.
Joan said that her daughter and her friends had been in Broceo Broco Bar in Sheffield, when the tragedy was hit.
The bar, a US thematic restaurant, has a mechanical bull that customers can ride and Jessica’s mother said that, like many other customers, Jessica decided to give him an opportunity.
Joan said: ‘She was in the Bronco bar and she went on the trip and fell and had a cardiac arrest.
‘She was right on one night. She had not had much to drink. They had been for a meal in reality and they called there later.
‘I do not know why she decided to continue. She was having fun, I suppose.
‘She simply went out for one night and then we had the police at the door at midnight.
‘We are still going through that now. Sometimes we still fall into pieces. It has been heartbreaking.
Jessica, who worked as manager of the Pandora jewelry company, had been planning to marry her and her mother said she had “all the life of her ahead of her”.
She said: ‘She was a beautiful girl, so friendly and fun. She had received all the life of her planned her. They were going to get married.
‘She always wrote these fantastic Christmas lists, but that year she has just put: a house, a ring and a baby.
More than 550 mourners attended Jessica’s funeral in Kimberworth, Rotherham, following his death last year.
Joan continued: ‘People are still talking about that now, about how many people walked to church: I think there were about 500 people, we could not reach everyone in the church.
“After, in the local pub, the queue was on the way to serve for food and drink.”
Jessica’s family is now raising money for the salvage defibrillator team in her memory, as this device could have saved life of 26 years, it had been used before.
Joan said: ‘I went to Rotherham United and the ambulance service showed me how to use the defibrillator and, knowing they were trying to do it with Jessica, he caught my imagination.
‘I thought’ ‘what brilliant idea’ ‘, because we really do not have any location.
“It is important, it is a matter of life and death sometimes, it can save someone’s life.”
The family has raised more than £ 10,000 until now and Jessica’s cousin, Michael Noone, 47, also plans to perform 26 marathons in 12 weeks, so a half marathon for every year of Jessica’s life, in an effort for raising more money.
The Fireman Michael said it was vital to have defibrillators by hand so that if someone came into a cardiac arrest, they stopped better to survive.
He said: “Finally, they got a defibrillator to help Jessica, but there was not one on the premises.
“I think there was a nurse at the bar in which she was, immediately, she began to help her and, finally, obtained a defibrillator, but unfortunately, she died that night.
‘So it has been very horrible. It was just sudden.
Mailonline has contacted Bronco’s Rodeo Bar in Sheffield to comment.
Quick and facts
- Tributes have been paid to Jessica Lally, 26, who died in October last year
- Shop manager was on night out when she fell from mechanical bucking bronco
- Tragic incident took place during a night out at Bronco’s Rodeo bar in Sheffield