A teenager from Grimsby has become the youngest person in the country to have pioneering surgery to lengthen one of her legs by using magnets.
Sophie Lewis suffers from a pelvic deformity which leaves her in pain and forces her to walk on tip toes on her right leg. Now though, her bones are being grown by manipulating magnets and she's added around four centimetres to her leg since June.
More top news
PM announces funding will be made available for a memorial dedicated to the victims of last week’s terrorist attack in Tunisia
Leah Washington, 17, had to have her left leg amputated after being trapped for hours on The Smiler rollercoaster at the theme park.
Helen Plint has the evening forecast