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Hari gets guard of honour as he leaves Alder Hey

After 14 months in hospital, 4 year old Hari was met with a guard of honour today by hospitcal staff and Merseyside Police. Hari, from Caegwyn in Wales, was in hospital due to respiratory failure and a condition called X-linked myotubular myopathy that primarily affects the muscles used for movement.

Hari absolutely loves the emergency services, especially the police force, and was met by police cars, vans, bikes, officers and police dogs to give him the send-off he deserves and escort him home as he is a VIC after all…very important child! Merseyside Police also arranged for his local police force in Wales to meet him on his return.

Hair’s Mum Ellen said:

“We can’t thank the staff at Alder Hey enough and Merseyside Police, they have been amazing, and we want to say a big thank you for everything they’ve done and for getting us where we are today. We’re very excited to get home but we’ll miss everyone here.”

Good luck Hari from everyone at Explore. 💕

Hari gets guard of honour as he leaves Alder Hey

About Alder Hey

Alder Hey is Europe’s biggest and busiest children’s hospitals, they treat everything from common illnesses to highly complex and specialist conditions.

Opened in 2015 a state-of-the-art hospital alongside a brand new research, innovation and education centre. Alder Hey in the Park and the Institute in the Park bring together excellent care, technology and design to provide the best possible healing environment for children and their families.

The hospital cares for for over 330,00 children, young people and their families every year.

READ MORE: Alder Hey Children’s Charity to launch TV appeal to help fill £1.2m COVID-19 shortfall

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