Girl, 11, finds her parents dead in bed from Covid after they 'moved into basement to quarantine'

A PRETEEN in Missouri made a horrible discovery after she ventured downstairs to find her parents dead from Covid-19 after they went to quarantine in the basement.

The 11-year-old daughter of Gregory and Erika Greenman made the shocking discovery on February 18 when she went downstairs into their basement and found them dead from Covid-19 complications.

Neighbors of the Mehlville couple, who had just recently moved into their St. Louis home, said their 11-year-old daughter is their only child and found them in their bed.

"To lose both parents at one time you know for an 11-year-old, it's really tragic," said neighbor Chuck Duy.

"Last year at Christmas time they came down to our door and gave us cookies," Duy said. "They were just the nicest people. We are praying for the girl and their family."

Duy said the neighbors thought Erika had suffered a stroke.

"Supposedly she had gone to the hospital," he said of Erika. "They thought she had a stroke, but I guess it was due to COVID."

"She tested positive, but they sent her home and then her husband meanwhile was home with a positive test for COVID, so they both were quarantined downstairs in their bedroom in their basement," he said of their situation.

That's when the two Greenmans went to quarantine in their basement.

A woman who identified herself as Erika's sister announced she and her husband had passed.

"Please pray for my family," Anne Nance Bulliner said on Facebook. "We lost my baby sister and her husband today. Such a sad day! I am gonna miss you soooo much. I love you!!"

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