A family say they are overwhelmingly grateful to a Bristol hospital for saving their miracle daughter.
Willow Rose Forrest stopped breathing for eight minutes when she was born by C-section in Gloucestershire in April last year.
A team from St Michael's used revolutionary cooling therapy to prevent brain damage and she's now made a full recovery.
The refrigeration suit used by specialists at St Michael's Hospital in Bristol, cooled her body for three days to prevent brain damage.
Fifteen months on she's made a full recovery but relieved parents Martin and Bex Forrest say it was a terrifying ordeal.