Breathe For Cameron asthma charity target life-saving machine for Hull Royal Infirmary

Breathe For Cameron asthma charity target life-saving machine for Hull Royal Infirmary
 

The family of a boy from Orchard Park who died following an asthma attack are calling on the estate to help them fund a life-saving piece of equipment at Hull Royal Infirmary.
Cameron Good, 10, of Hardane, who attended the estate's St Anthony's Catholic Primary School, died at Leeds General Infirmary after collapsing during football practice in November 2014.
Following the tragedy, his mother Stacy Suddaby and her partner, Craig Salter, launched Breathe For Cameron, a registered charity that equips schools across Hull and the East Riding with emergency inhalers and spacers – a device that... read more

 
1 September 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 44
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