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Little Brighton returns Home: Funds raised to take Him Abroad Print E-mail
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Thursday, 23 August 2012 00:00


But while the nephew only suffered minor injuries in the leg and foot, Brighton suffered cardiac arrest. Only a few hours after the incident, Brighton was transported via ambulance to the Karl Husner Memorial Hospital, where he was put on life support.

On Thursday though, after spending almost three weeks at the KHMH, he was released and taken via ambulance to his home town, Orange Walk.

But instead of going home, Brighton was transferred to the Northern Regional Hospital, where he is currently admitted in the pediatric ward.

The good news though is that Brighton is showing signs of improvement and his prognosis has improved greatly since the incident, his mother told us.

According to his mother, his brain is no longer swollen and he seems to be more responsive, though he is still not able to eat on his own and is being feed with the help of a tube.

The family overall, is very optimistic about his full recovery and with the money raised, they expect to have him seek medical attention abroad. But exactly where, the family said they haven’t decided as yet, but will by the middle of next week.

At the end of the day, the sale proved successful.