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A 5-year-old girl, who lost all of her limbs to meningitis, left everyone in tears after completing her first marathon.
Her parents, Ross Allen and Freya Hall told Harmonie-Rose lost all of her limbs after contracting meningitis. She then had all four limbs amputated and started living her life with courage.
“As soon as she woke up (from surgery) she decided to be here and to fight through this horrible disease,” Allen told BBC in 2014.
Now, the brave little girl attends school and living her life like any other normal kid.
“We are so proud of her and are so excited for the future!” Hall told Somerset Live in 2018.
Harmonie-Rose completed her first marathon with a 7-member support team. Hall told BBC before the marathon, “She can’t wait to be running with her aunt Hannah and the whole team. She’s so excited.”
Harmonie-Rose was one of 15,000 people who took part in the race to raise funds for the Time is Precious charity. She was the race’s youngest competitor.
She said after completing the marathon: “I was freezing. I was a little bit tired.”
Her aunty, Hannah Hall, said: “We stopped a few times and Harmonie did get a bit bored but she soldiered on, she was such a little star.”
“She was amazing, she is just a normal five-year-old and after the hour she was: ‘Where’s my mummy?’ But she just soldiered on.”
“At the end, she said she wanted to walk, so she went for it. I feel so proud of her.”
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