Je ne peux pas emmener mon bébé en phase terminale à l'hôpital après que des vandales ont crevé nos pneus

THE PARENTS of a terminally ill baby have told how they can’t bring their son to hospital after vandals slashed their tyres.

The car belonging to Jasmine Legg and Anthony Fryer was vandalised while it was parked outside their Faversham homeleaving them with a £325 bill.

The parents of a terminally ill baby were left devastated after a vandal slashed the tyres of their family car

The parents of a terminally ill baby were left devastated after a vandal slashed the tyres of their family carCrédit: Thomas’s precious journey with Lissencephaly
Jasmine Legg with son Thomas who was born with lissencephaly

Jasmine Legg with son Thomas who was born with lissencephalyCrédit: Thomas’s precious journey with Lissencephaly

But the couple were unable to afford the feewhich has left them without transport to bring their baby son to hospital.

Little Thomas was born last year with lissencephaly, a life-limiting brain condition which means he is frequently in and out of hospital.

Jasmin, 29, told Kent Online: “We just couldn’t believe it, especially on top of everything else we are having to deal with.

Having a car is so important to us because we often need to take Thomas to hospital, especially when an ambulance isn’t available.

It’s the lowest of the low thing to do and made us feel quite numb.

“We just can’t understand it because we are not aware we have any enemies.

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toutefois, when Jasmine wrote about what had happened on a Facebook page her local community rushed to help.

Un voisin, Laura Coniam, set up a GoFundMe page to help the familyand in just 24 hours it raised £345.

Jasmine said: “It just shows there are some really lovely people out there.

And its not the first time well wishers have supported the family, as back in May tens of people sent the tot a first birthday card.

Jasmine explained: “We don’t know how many birthdays we’ll have with him, so with it being his first one, I just wanted to make it as special as possible,” dit-elle.

We hope we’ll have more, but you never know.

Thomas is regularly in and out of hospital

Thomas is regularly in and out of hospitalCrédit: Thomas’s precious journey with Lissencephaly

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