Equestrian Star, 31, Overcomes Severe Spinal Injury After Tragic Accident

In a tragic development from Colchester, a British equestrian star has taken her own life through assisted suicide following a severe spinal injury caused by a fall. The acclaimed rider, 31-year-old Caroline March, left a touching and poignant message expressing her anguish over the loss of ability to enjoy her passions and live independently due to her injuries.

The community is mourning the loss of March, who was known for her strong-willed, independent spirit and a life filled with adrenaline-fueled activities and spontaneity prior to her injury. Her decision to end her life came after grappling with the stark reality that her injuries would prevent her from engaging in the lifestyle she loved. The statement shared by March was intended to preemptively address and quiet any criticism or misunderstanding about her decision to pursue assisted suicide.

In her message, March quoted the philosopher Alan Watts, stating a preference for “a short life that is full of what I love doing, than a long life spent in a miserable way.” She expressed that the limitations imposed by her spinal injury, including the extensive care routines required and loss of bodily functions, hindered any semblance of the life she once cherished. Unable to partake in her equestrian pursuits and faced with daily struggles, she felt her quality of life had been irreparably diminished.

Source: Head Topics

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