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Meningitis baby Harmonie-Rose given wheels to help walk

A toddler who lost part of all four limbs when she contracted meningitis has begun the long process of learning to stand and walk.

Harmonie-Rose Allen, from Foxhill in Bath, had to have a series of life-saving operations after getting the disease last year.

The two-year-old received prosthetic "stubbies" last month and has now begun using a wheeled standing frame to propel herself - much to the delight of parents Freya and Ross.

  • 05 Nov 2015
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