Mamie Laverock’s family has shared a new photo on Facebook of the When Calls the Heart actress’ hand following her five-story fall from St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver.

In the pic, the 19-year-old actress is seen clutching a plush teddy bear while she’s hooked up to an IV.

Laverock, who is best known for playing Rosaleen Sullivan in Hallmark Channel’s When Calls the Heart, was grievously injured last month after falling five stories from a balcony walkway while leaving a “secure unit” on the property. 

In a GoFundMe page set up to help with her treatment costs, Laverock’s family said her “body has been shattered.”

She has undergone two 11 hour surgeries with two doctors working on her, a three hour surgery and another surgery today. We have nothing but gratitude for the doctors and nurses who have been exemplary in her care since May 26,” they shared.

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Mamie Laverock clutches a teddy bear in a photo shared by her family to Facebook.Photo by Facebook

“Mamie is ‘doing well’ comparatively to when she arrived,” they added in an update. “Doing well because she has survived these extensive surgeries. She is enduring tremendous pain and continues to not give up.”

As Laverock recovers, her loved ones said they are clinging to “the miracles of each day.”

“Our daughter loves her life and loves her family and is fighting hard everyday,” they concluded.

Laverock’s mother, Nicole Rockmann, told the Los Angeles Times that Laverock “opened her eyes” for the first time since the fall in an interview on May 30.

“Let’s just hope this is the turnaround and she’s going to get through this now. I couldn’t be happier that people reached out and cared,” Rockmann said, adding that it is an “absolute miracle” her daughter is still alive.

On Laverock’s GoFundMe page, Rockmann wrote that she travelled to Winnipeg on May 11 after her daughter was stricken with an undisclosed “medical emergency.”

After suffering her fall, Laverock was near death. “She sustained life threatening injuries, has undergone multiple extensive surgeries, and is currently on life support,” her family revealed.

Hallmark Media shared a statement with The Hollywood Reporterfollowing the incident saying, “We are deeply saddened to hear the news about Mamie. As a beloved member of our When Calls the Heart community, we wish her and her family peace, comfort, and many prayers during this difficult time.”

In addition to her role on When Calls the Heart, Laverock appeared on Psych, The Killing Game, Wedding of Dreams, A Series of Unfortunate Events and the TV movie Spotlight on Christmas.

Johannah Newmarch, who played Laverock’s onscreen mother, Molly, on When Calls the Heart, urged fans of the show, nicknamed “hearties,” to donate to her GoFundMe page. “I love this family, my heart is broken,” she wrote on her X page. “Please help if you can. They need all the support they can get to make it through this.”

A spokesperson for Providence Health Care, which operates St Paul’s, confirmed to the Vancouver Sun that an “incident happened” at the hospital but could not get into details citing “patient privacy.”

“An incident happened on one of Providence Health Care’s sites but Providence cannot comment on the particulars due to patient privacy,” the statement said. “Our hearts go out to the patient, family, and all affected by this event, and we offer our best wishes for a full recovery.”

Since being established, the Laverock’s GoFundMe page has raised over $38,000 after setting a goal of $30,000 to help with the actress’ care.

Meanwhile, Rockmann confirmed to the LA Times that the family is considering legal action against the hospital.

“We have a case. All we care about is that Mamie can make a recovery and that she’s alive and that she’s fighting and that she’s strong,” she said. “It’s unbelievable that she’s with us. There will be accountability.”

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