Swindon girl Chloe Holmes gets bionic fingers

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A schoolgirl from Swindon has become the youngest person in Europe to be fitted with bionic fingers.

Chloe Holmes, 15, lost her her fingers as a toddler when she suffered from septicaemia after contracting chickenpox.

She wore a prosthetic hand until her family paid £38,000 for the hi-tech hand.

Her father Pete Holmes said: "We'd go out as a family and people would stare for the wrong reasons - they stare now in amazement."

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