Hallmark actress Mamie Laverock has ‘long’ road to recovery after 5-story fall from balcony

Mamie Laverock’s family has offered another update on the actress’ condition following her near-fatal fall from a five-story hospital balcony late last month.

Nicole Rockmann shared the update on her 19-year-old daughter, who was placed on life support after the accident, in a post to Laverock’s official Facebook page earlier this week.

“Thank you for your healing messages for Mamie,” the post began. “Mamie survived her injuries, however her road to recovery will be long. I will be setting up a mailbox for all of your cards and well wishes shortly.”

Laverock, known for her role in Hallmark series “When Calls the Heart,” was initially taken to a Winnipeg hospital on May 11 due to an undisclosed “medical emergency,” according to a GoFundMe campaign created by the family.

She was then transferred to St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, British Columbia, where on May 26 she “was escorted out of a secure unit and taken up to a balcony walkway from which she fell five stories.”

In the wake of speculation that Laverock’s fall was a suicide attempt, Rockmann told the L.A. Times it was not intentional and blamed staffers at the health care facility.

“There will be accountability,” Rockmann said, saying the family plans to take legal action against St. Paul’s.

Though the extent of Laverock’s injuries are unclear, the family said she “shattered” her body and has been in “tremendous pain.” She has since undergone multiple extensive surgeries.