UK memorial grows after soccer team owner’s death

(29 Oct 2018) Leicester’s Premier League soccer team visited a growing memorial to the team’s owner after a helicopter crash Saturday claimed his life, and the lives of four others. The owner’s wife and son also placed a wreath at the memorial. (Oct. 29)

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Stability breeds surprise success for Gracia’s Watford

Watford coach Javi Gracia has lead Watford into a club-record start, winning their opening four top-flight league games of the season and leading some Watford fans to dream of following Leicester’s incredible march to the title in 2015/16, but the Spaniard has his feet firmly on the ground saying “there will come a bad time when we’ll have to suffer and that’s fine.”

Shop ablaze following alleged blast in Leicester, UK

Police declared a ‘major incident’ following reports of a blast at a building on Hinkley Road in Leicester on Sunday evening.
Police and emergency crews, including six fire engines, were deployed after a multiple number of calls reporting the explosion were received.
The cause of the blast is yet to be determined.
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Baby born with heart outside her body becomes first UK child to survive rare condition

A baby born with her heart outside her chest has survived, thanks to 50 doctors who operated on her immediately after her birth.

Vanellope Hope Wilkins was born on November 22 without a breastbone, the long bone to which the ribs are attached.

She has ectopia cordis, a rare condition in which the heart is “abnormally located either partially or totally outside of the chest,” according to Glenfield Hospital in Leicester, England, where Vanellope was born and where she is being treated.

Babies born with this condition have a survival rate of less than 10% due to the risks of infections and other side effects, the hospital added. Doctors had advised Vanellope’s mother to have an abortion.

Vanellope is the first baby to have survived with this condition in the UK, according to multiple media outlets.

The baby’s father Dean Wilkins told the BBC: “She defying everything — it’s beyond a miracle.”


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