The parents of a teenager whose organs were donated after his death say they are glad it has helped to save the lives of two other people.
Aeron Griffiths from Coventry had a rare brain condition and died after having a seizure in June last year.
His parents, Gary and Mandi, decided to donate his liver and kidneys.
They have told ITV News Central the last 12 months have been difficult without Aeron, but they are proud of his lasting legacy.
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