A baby given just a five per cent chance of survival at birth is celebrating his first week back at home after intensive treatment in Newcastle.
Olly Tinnion from Penrith was born with a with a hole in his diaphram that left him unable to breathe without a ventilator. His parents say that staff at the Freeman and RVI hospitals saved the life of the little boy they call their miracle.
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