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UK News French boy thrown from Tate Modern balcony now able to sit up

04:15  26 march  2020
04:15  26 march  2020 Source:   news.sky.com

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LONDON — A 6-year-old boy who was thrown from a balcony at the Tate Modern museum in London last month, suffering fractures and bleeding on the The boy , a French citizen who as a minor cannot be identified under the law, is still unable to speak or move his body, but his relatives said in a

A six-year-old boy who was thrown off the 10th floor of the Tate Modern has started to speak again The French national, who had been visiting London when he was attacked on 4 August, suffered a They also said he was now able to move his arms and legs but it meant "he feels more pain" as he

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A six-year-old boy who was seriously injured when he was thrown from a 10th floor balcony at the Tate Modern is now able to sit up and hold a spoon.

The French child, who cannot be named because of his age, is "slowly but surely continuing to progress", his family have said.

He was attacked by autistic teenager Jonty Bravery at the London art gallery on 4 August last year.

a group of people standing in front of a building: Police, ambulance crews and fire crews outside the Tate Modern gallery © Getty Police, ambulance crews and fire crews outside the Tate Modern gallery

In a post on a GoFundMe page for the victim, the family said that "after a slump", their "smiling little boy" seems to be coming back.

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He admitted trying to kill boy , six, by throwing him off Tate Modern balcony . The six-year old boy was seriously injured after he was thrown from the viewing platform of the We don't know when, or even if, we will be able to return to work, or return to our home, which is not adapted for a wheelchair.

The six-year-old boy allegedly thrown from a viewing platform at the Tate Modern art museum in London can now move his The boy , a French tourist, was hospitalized with serious injuries following the incident on August 4 In a statement shared on a fundraising page set up to support the boy , his

"He has gained muscle tone and regained enough strength to manage to sit longer in a sitting position and straighter in his chair without the help of his corset," the post read.

"He can now eat all soft foods and can almost eat all of his meals on his own, holding his spoon himself with his right hand.

a man wearing a white shirt and black hair taking a selfie: Jonty Bravery admitted a charge of attempted murder © Other Jonty Bravery admitted a charge of attempted murder

"As he has more strength, he also has more breath and for that reason, we understand better what he says and he manages to speak to us more."

In a December update, the family said the child was beginning to move his limbs but was having trouble with his left arm and hand.

The latest announcement says he is continuing training on opening his left hand but is now managing to move his left arm a little.

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A six-year-old boy who was thrown from a 10th-floor viewing platform at the Tate Modern gallery in London has regained the ability to speak, his The French child, who cannot be named because of his age, was critically injured after plunging five storeys in August and spent months in intensive care.

The French infant is 'slowly but surely continuing to progress' after he was attacked by autistic teenager Jonty Bravery at The six-year old boy was seriously injured after he was thrown from the viewing platform of the Tate Modern art gallery in London (pictured). He can now sit up , his family have said.

"Only few movements, very approximate and they exhaust him so much that he very quickly starts yawning, but for him, it's the beginning of the reconquest of his left arm," it said.

a helicopter flying in the air: The boy suffered a bleed on the brain and fractured spine © Getty The boy suffered a bleed on the brain and fractured spine

The GoFundMe page has raised more than €221,000 (£199,000) for the boy's treatment and rehabilitation.

The family also had a message for supporters during the coronavirus pandemic, thanking them for "continuing to think of our little knight in these difficult times".

"At the hospital, the situation is more complicated with the coronavirus epidemic and containment measures, but you are still there for us.

"Please stay safe and take care of yourself and those you love."

a man looking at the camera: Jonty Bravery threw the boy from a balcony © Other Jonty Bravery threw the boy from a balcony

The boy suffered a bleed to the brain, fractures to his spine and broken legs and arms when he was thrown from the art gallery's viewing platform.

He spent several weeks in intensive care after travelling to London with his family.

Bravery, now aged 18, from Ealing, west London, admitted a charge of attempted murder at the Old Bailey in December.

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