Although medical professionals at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Glasgow did everything they could to save Nieve McIsaac’s life, she passed away four days after being carried there in an air ambulance.
On Tuesday, July 12, the young man, who was 14 years old at the time, found himself in a precarious situation in the River Teith at Carse of Lecropt Road in Bridge of Allan.
Her loved ones have shared their memories of her, stating things like, “Nieve was a bright, humorous, and gorgeous young girl.” We were left in utter disarray after learning of her passing because she was a daughter, sister, grandchild, and niece who was much loved by all of us. At this difficult period, we ask that you respect our request for privacy.” Officers are already offering their assistance to Nieve’s family, and a report will be filed with the Procurator Fiscal.
Forth Valley Criminal Investigation Department Detective Sergeant Craig Faulds stated that “this is a terrible occurrence in which a small girl has died.” “The family has asked that they be allowed privacy at this very painful time, and I would like to ask the public and the media to kindly respect the family’s wishes as they deal with their unspeakable loss,” said the spokesperson.
The schoolgirl’s acquaintances have taken to various social media platforms in order to convey their dismay and pay tribute to her.
Tributes for Nieve McIsaac
Since it was announced that Nieve had passed away, many touching words and tributes have been shared on various internet platforms over the past several days.
One of the tributes read: “We are all so thankful for everything you did for us and very proud of you. You are the only person who can make us laugh while we are crying our eyes out.”
Someone else chimed up and said, “Absolutely gut-wrenching, eternally 14 Nieve.” A different reading is: “May you rest in paradise, Nieve. Forever 14.”
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