A 13-Year-Old Girl Died From A Brain Aneurysm In 2012, And Her Organs Were Donated To Eight People

Image: Layzell family via BBC News

At 13 years old, Jemima Layzell was just beginning to flower into a young woman. Tragically, however, she wouldn’t live to see her 14th birthday, so her parents can only guess at what their exceptional daughter could have become. And yet, due to a strange coincidence two weeks before her death, Jemima’s legacy now includes a remarkable world record.

Jemima was a schoolgirl from Horton, Somerset in the U.K. Her mother, Sophy Layzell, a 43-year-old drama teacher, described her daughter to the Daily Mail in September 2017 as “lovely – clever, funny, compassionate and creative.” The teenager had a particular passion for writing.

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