Taylor told the Daily News that she originally thought she had a migraine. When she finally went to the hospital, she was listed in critical condition and airlifted to Miami Valley Hospital’s main campus. Taylor spent four days in intensive care while doctors treated her for the bleeding, which was caused by a blood vessel that broke away from an artery.
“Everything goes through your mind: Is this going to happen? Am I going to live? Am I going to die?” Taylor said.
Taylor, who currently works as a gust co-host for WDTN’s “Living Dayton,” wrote a Facebook post thanking her friends and family: “Blessed to have you all in my life! Hug and Kiss your family and friends. Tell them you love them. Live for today,” she wrote.