Canadian-based Kenyan nurse identified as Hellen Wendy on Facebook was filming herself live on Facebook while swimming. Her Facebook profile indicates that she worked as a nurse in Canada, Toronto. Wendy was in a Jovial mood while interacting with her followers before the tragic demise.
The tragic started with Wendy placing her device in a strategic position before descending into the pool. Wendy kept recording herself while diving and holding her face beneath the water for seconds before swimming back to read the comments from the gadget. “Hi there, mko aje. It’s 2 O’clock here…Nimetoka job, Niko pool, I’m just having some fun,” she is heard.
She enjoyed herself until she dive into the pool’s interior and that’s when hell broke loose. She was seen far from the filming device swimming and moments later she was heard asking for help. She seemed to have hopped into the deep end of the pool.
Wendy made the last sound and the video went silent but kept recording and water remained silent. The video continued recording until an unidentified person came around the pool and noticed someone is inside the water. Another joined in and also inquired what had happened “I thought it’s a poodle or something,” the first person is heard lamenting. “What if it’s actually someone who has passed away?” The second person added. The two raised an alarm and notified the caretaker of the facility about the misfortune.
The recorded Facebook live stream had 6800 comments with 148,000 views, more people were sharing and commenting.
The Power of a tongue?
Hellen Wendy had a prognostication of her death before the swimming pool accident. In a leaked WhatsApp chat with a relative, Wendy says “Mimi nitakuwa huku, ata kama ni this year, nitakufa huku, sijui mtanichukua”
The relative jokingly replies;
“Tutakuchukua tukuzike Kenya. Huezi hepa mateso ya Kenya hata ukikufa…
Her body was retrieved and is lying at a mortuary in Toronto awaiting postmortem to determine what transpired. Relatives say the body of the Canadian-based nurse will be flown to Nairobi after the autopsy. May her soul rest in peace