Laurie Jones Wiki
23-year-old Laurie Jones from Pontllanfraith, Caerphilly, was last seen on Tuesday leaving Cardiff’s University Hospital of Wales at about 01:40 BST. She is believed to have vanished after leaving work in her scrubs. Hours later a body was found in the search for her and was formally identified this morning. The force stated that her death was not being treated as suspicious.
Laurie Jones Age
She was 23 years old.
Laurie Jones Education
Jones attended Child Nursing at Bucks New University in the town.
Laurie Jones Career
She worked as a nurse for the NHS in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire before operating at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff.
Laurie Jones Body Found
Gwent Police found her body in the River Sirhowy close to the B4251 road at the village of Wyllie, between Pontllanfraith and Ynysddu on Tuesday at about 13:00 BST.
Laurie Jones, an ‘amazing’ and ‘dedicated’ young nurse, died while travelling home from work at 2am. https://t.co/Nxy1Xayveq
— NursingNotes (@NursingNotesUK) October 2, 2019
Gwent Police said the vehicle was found in the river near to the B4251 near Wyllie, south of Blackwood, at about 1 pm on Tuesday, October 1.
Officers investigating the scene discovered the body of a deceased woman inside the car.
A spokesman for Gwent Police said: “Officers are not treating her death as suspicious and specialist officers are supporting her family at this tragic time.
Laurie Jones Family
In a statement, it said her body had been formally identified, adding: “Laurie’s family would like to thank everyone for their kind words and support, and for sharing the appeal to help find Laurie when she was reported as missing.
“They ask that they are now left alone to grieve in private as a family.
“Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of Laurie Jones at this tragic time.”
Laurie Jones one of our amazing former @Bucksuninurses @BucksNewUni @BucksSU_UXB @buckssu students, ambassadors and Fresher’s Helper is currently missing, please share this link Missing nurse appeal: ‘Concern’ for Laurie Jones’ safety https://t.co/V0PfyyRLDz
— Phill Hoddinott RN DipHE BSc MSc PGCE DIC (@PhillHBNU) October 1, 2019
Laurie Jones Sister (Esme Jones)
Her sister, Esme Jones, thanked people for their support by sharing the missing person’s appeal on Facebook.
She posted: “Thank you for all the shares, not the best news, unfortunately.”
Since she published the status several tributes have been made in the comments.
One woman wrote: “Awful sad news, don’t know you personally but my heart is breaking for you all thinking of you all.”
This was followed by tributes such as: “So sorry to hear the sad news.
“Your sister was a lovely happy girl all the way through school, my heart goes out to you and all your family at this difficult time.”
Laurie Jones Friend (Sophie Ellen Grace)
Friend Sophie Ellen Grace posted: “I feel privileged to have known Laurie and call her my friend! I have so many lovely memories to treasure.
“She was the nicest, most kind-hearted person I have ever met. And she always talked so lovingly about her family. She will be sorely missed!”
Cardiff and Vale University Said
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board said Ms. Jones had been a “young and talented nurse who chose a career caring for others”.
It said support would be offered to colleagues and extended its “deepest sympathies” to her family.
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