Unborn baby saved after pregnant mum suddenly dies at 8th month of pregnancy.

Pamela Ewart
A miracle baby has been saved by Doctors after her mum died suddenly at eight months pregnant.
Tragic Pamela Ewart was taken seriously ill after suffering severe headaches at her home on Sunday.
The 31-year-old was rushed to hospital but sadly died on Monday.
But doctors were able to save her tiny baby daughter, Poppy, the Daily Record reported .
The baby was fighting for her life with

dad Alastair Robertson at her bedside last night.
Alastair’s father George said yesterday: “She is doing fine and the doctors seem to be happy with her. But the next 48 hours will be critical for her.”
George said the family are still waiting for answers over Pamela’s death. He said: “We haven’t a clue what happened to Pamela yet.
“Our heads are full of mince just now. We need a few days for this to sink in.”
A post mortem is expected to be held this week.
Pamela was rushed to Monklands hospital after suffering migraines at her house in Airdrie, Lanarkshire. She died in the early hours.
Touching tributes have been paid to Pamela. She was the general manager at Chapelhall soft-play centre DinoM8, where she had worked since it opened earlier this year.
Her shocked boss Alan Stein said: “We have lost not only a valued colleague but a friend and mentor too.
“There were never any half measures with Pamela, she was totally committed to making this place a success.
“We closed the business on Monday as a mark of respect.”