The parents of a teenager left brain damaged when she was swept into the sea say they have been 'overwhelmed' by the support they have received since the tragedy.
Katie-Lou MacLean and her family had only lived in Eyemouth for five months when she was seriously injuried as she tried to save a friend. She's still being treated in hospital but her parents hope she could be home by Christmas.
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