Hastings Laundry, 35 East Hastings St. Vancouver, April 19, 1998 12 Comments Michelle March 5th, 2013 Her name was Nicole Cope, thats my mom. She was 19 there.. She died two years ago, drug overdose. For anyone who wonders.. Nicolas March 11th, 2013 She seems an angel … Matthew April 6th, 2013 I care. I’m so sorry and I really appreciate you sharing that about your mother. I know that some of these women are no longer with us but I keep habitually reading any comments that pop up for hopeful success stories. Peace from Portland Or. Linda October 11th, 2013 Wow Michelle. She was beautiful. If you look anything like her, you are lucky. That is sad how she died. I pray that you have a healthier happier life. God rest her soul. Kim November 19th, 2013 Thank you for sharing Michelle. I wondered and appreciate you sharing. So sorry for your loss. Jeanette December 1st, 2013 Such a beautiful young girl so sad that drugs take people who have so much in front of them Dian December 1st, 2013 She looks beautiful. Thankyou for sharing. I can only imagine what you must have gone/are going through. Marina December 2nd, 2013 Stay Strong, Michelle I wish the best for u and for your family. yuri December 4th, 2013 meravigliosa, mirabolante, neppure Guido Guidi riuscirebbe a catturare un simile attimo, complimenti per il progetto rick January 25th, 2014 Hi Michelle: I was very sad to hear about your mother. She loved you always and would talk about you when she would come into the office. Hope you’re doing fine. How is Linda? Is she ok? I would like to connect with her to see how she is. It must have been very hard for her too. Rick ssure39 at Hotmail dot com Chloe January 27th, 2014 Michelle, I’m so sorry for your loss. All these images are really touching to me… It’s crazy how intense Hastings is… I hope the best for you and stay strong! Marlo February 19th, 2016 Although I am not in any of these photos, I just wanted to let the lady looking for success stories know that I made it out. Many of these women were my friends, and we were bound by our addictions and the horrendous circumstances we struggled to overcome. Michelle, I’m so sorry your mom lost the fight. I look at my daughter everyday and wonder how I ever made it back to her. If our survival had been dependent on the tremendous love we felt for our children, we would have all made it out alive. Comments are closed. Message Lincoln Clarkes Page TitlePage URLName First Last Email* Message*CAPTCHAEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.