Why sick baby must wait for car funding
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Terminally ill Devon baby 'may die before car funding'

Parents of a terminally ill boy say their son may die before they get funding for a specially adapted car.

Stanley Murphy, who is nearly two, may not live until the funding threshold of three.

Stanley, from Newton Abbot in Devon, suffers from Tay-Sachs disease which means he is unable to move and has seizures.

His parents were rejected for funding a specially adapted car to take a wheelchair under the Disability Living Allowance mobility scheme.

  • 29 Nov 2016
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