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Yateley toddler Freddie Hunt moves out of intensive Care

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Yateley toddler Freddie Hunt moves out of intensive Care

Published at 3:37pm 20th February 2017. (Updated at 3:51pm 20th February 2017)

Yateley toddler Freddie Hunt has been moved out of intensive care, following a major brain operation.

The toddler is in America for treatment on a brain tumour.

He got there after a huge fundraising effort by his family, including money Eagle Radio listeners helped raise on Freddie's Friday.

Mum Abby says Freddie has moved out of the intensive care unit since his operation more than a week ago.

However, he has been left with some paralysis down his left hand side which is leaving him unable to walk.

Freddie Hunt

In a post on Facebook, Abby said: "Another day and night of him constantly sleeping, sadly at moment Freddie is not able to walk he has some paralysation down his left side.

"Doctors said with time this should come back or just a case of learning to walk etc again.

"It's such a tough thing to watch as he just doesn't understand why he can't.

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"On the up side we've moved out of intensive care , just keep praying yateley for him to walk again. For now we will take positive that he's out of intensive care and hope he stays on the high dependence ward now."

The family need to raise more money so that Freddie's treatment can continue.

Donate to the family's appeal

The operation to remove most of the tumour was just the beginning and it is hoped he will eventually be able to have potentially life-saving proton treatment.

Freddie

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