Goldthorpe mum thanks medics for saing her baby

Amanda Kilner, of Goldthorpe with her son Arley-James Angell, seven and a half mnths, is doing a sponsered head shave for DRI Neonatal Unit, after Arley-James was born six and a half weeks early. Picture: Andrew Roe

Amanda Kilner, of Goldthorpe with her son Arley-James Angell, seven and a half mnths, is doing a sponsered head shave for DRI Neonatal Unit, after Arley-James was born six and a half weeks early. Picture: Andrew Roe

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A grateful Goldthorpe mum exclusively told this week how doctors and nurses saved the life of her baby boy.

As relieved Amanda Kilner cuddled seven-and-a-half month Arley-James Angell at her King Street home, she spoke of the family’s “roller coaster” ordeal after he was born six and a half weeks prematurely with a hole in his heart.

Tiny Arley weighed in at just 4lb 2oz at birth.

 

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