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martes, 1 de marzo de 2016

See you soon. See you in paradise. GoFundMe page and confirmed with reporter Maria Durant that Phelicity died around 10 p.m. EST Friday night

 

An Australian teen, who spent much of the past 13 years at Nationwide Children's Hospital due to a heart defect, has died days after she realized her last wish to spend her final days with her family.

The Sneesby family posted the news on their GoFundMe page and confirmed with reporter Maria Durant that Phelicity died around 10 p.m. EST Friday night.

Sneesby, who had been traveling back and forth for 13 years to receive treatment at Nationwide Children's Hospital, arrived back home earlier in the week thanks to a public outpouring through a GoFundMe campaign where more than 4,600 people raised nearly $250,000 to get her back to Australia. The family had exhausted all their resources through her lengthy care and needed to raise $150,000 to charter a medical plane to facilitate the travel.

Sneesby was born with a rare congenital heart defect known as hypoplastic left heart syndrome, which in simpler terms meant she had half a heart.

 

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