Toddler Jobe Taylor-Davis who survived horse kick


The family of a toddler who nearly died when he was kicked in the head by a horse are raising money in support of the hospital that helped save his life.

Jobe Taylor-Davis was 16 months old when he was kicked by his mother's horse at their farm near Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire, in September.

He was flown to Birmingham Children's Hospital with two skull fractures and spent 13 days in a coma.

His parents Helen and Ben said they now wanted to raise money to help other ill children.

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