Visiting health workers tried to save 14-year-old Olivia Kolek after tragic accident

Two visiting health workers had desperately tried to save a teenage girl with CPR after the tragedy of the New Years Eve crash.

Olivia Kolek, 14, died after colliding with a Mercedes on Station Road near Rowley Regis station on her way to celebrate New Years at a house party.

The Ormiston Academy student was chatting happily with a friend on the phone at the time of the crash and the boyfriend heard a “big bang,” Olivia’s mother, Izabela Maziakowska said. The sun.

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Two women, both medical professionals, walked past the accident scene at tea time and stopped to help.

The couple, who only want to be known as Nicole and Gemma, offered their “deepest condolences” to Olivia’s family after the “devastating outcome”.

Nicole said: “Myself and her colleague Gemma, both local health professionals working in the community, were passionate about driving.

“[We] noticed a casualty on the floor, within seconds we didn’t have a chance to think my training had started and I started CPR.

“Gemma was amazing at the time, we took turns sharing the urgent medical treatment needed to try and give her the best chance until the paramedics arrived. We continued to help alongside them.

“They went out of their way to try to save her, they were amazing.

“To the family … Unfortunately our efforts to help save your world were not enough and the results were devastating for everyone involved. We would like to reach out to the family and offer our deepest condolences. “

Olivia’s friends canceled their New Year’s celebrations after hearing about the tragedy.

Her mother Izabela said The sun : “Our Christmas had been so beautiful, Olivia always loved this time of year and the New Years, which only made it worse.

“She was talking to a friend on the phone because a friend of hers later said he heard a big bang and someone needed to call an ambulance.

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“Before they knew she was dead, some of her friends had come to the house to give us New Year’s gifts – flowers and wine.

“Like us, they are heartbroken. The house party did not take place after this tragedy. “

Flowers have since been placed at the scene of the accident in front of the station in tribute to Olivia.

A 39-year-old man arrested on suspicion of causing death by driving under the influence of drugs has been released under investigation while officers investigate, West Midlands police confirmed this morning (January 2).

If you saw what happened or saw the gray Mercedes driving while preparing for the accident, contact the police. And if you have dash cam footage showing the incident, the force wants to hear from you as well.

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