The 23-month-old Alfie Evans who was being treated at Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has died five days after his life support was switched off. His devastated dad Tom Evans and mum Kate James wrote on Facebook:
“Our baby boy grew his wings tonight at 2:30 am. We are heartbroken. Thank you, everyone, for all your support.”
More than a thousand people gathered outside Alder Hey Hospital in Liverpool this afternoon for the emotional tribute to 23-month-old Alfie who died in the early hours of this morning, and thousands of balloons were released outside the Liverpool hospital in honor of the little warrior.
Devastated supporters of Alfie Evans sang ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ through tears today as hundreds of blue and purple balloons were released into the sky.
Alfie was born in May 2016. Later that year he suffered a series of seizures and was admitted to a hospital in Liverpool where he has been since.
Alfie developed an incurable degenerative brain condition and was at the center of a legal battle over his treatment.
This is such a tragic story and my sympathies to the family.
Unfortunately, giving your government away parental rights and that’s what happens. Poor little guy. They held him hostage until he died instead of letting Italy take him and giving the parents peace of mind that they did everything in their power to save him.
Now you can rest in peace brave boy! Your pain is no more. God bless your beautiful soul.
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