The parents of a baby girl from Leicester say they're eternally grateful to medical staff who carried out a life saving operation on their daughter while she was still in her mother's womb.
During a routine scan, Sarah Harrup was told her unborn baby had a swelling on the throat. Doctors were worried she wouldn't be able to breathe when she was born.
So they decided to perform a caesarian section and operate on little Sienna BEFORE she was born. Rajiv Popat reports.
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