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US NewsBoy, 6, who fell from Tate Modern making 'amazing progress'

17:40  07 september  2019
17:40  07 september  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

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A six -year-old boy who was allegedly thrown off a balcony at the Tate Modern is making " amazing progress ", his family have said. The six -year-old boy , who is a French national, fell five floors from a 10th floor viewing platform. A court previously heard he sustained a fractured spine, along with leg

A six -year-old boy who fell from the 10th floor of the Tate Modern fractured his spine, a court has heard. The French national, who was visiting London with Just a little message to tell you about our son's amazing progress . He is an incredible fighter. "Even if he can't speak or move his body for the

Boy, 6, who fell from Tate Modern making 'amazing progress' © Getty Emergency services descended on the art gallery on 4 August A six-year-old boy who fell five storeys from the Tate Modern is making "amazing progress" in his recovery, his family have said.

The child, who was visiting from France, suffered serious injuries including a brain bleed and spinal, leg and arm fractures after allegedly being thrown from the 10th floor at the London art gallery on 4 August.

Boy, 6, who fell from Tate Modern making 'amazing progress' © Getty The six-year-old was airlifted to hospital

His parents had said he was "struggling with all his strength" after two "difficult" operations, but have shared a positive update on his condition just over a month to the day since the incident.

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A six -year-old boy who was allegedly thrown from a viewing platform at the Tate Modern is making “ amazing ” progress , his family has said. The youngster, who was found on a roof at the art gallery after falling five storeys, is now able to smile and laugh when stories are read to him or he’s told

A six -year-old boy who was allegedly thrown from a viewing platform at the Tate Modern is making “ amazing ” progress , his family has said. The French tourist, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was left paralysed and unable to speak after suffering a number of injuries including a broken spine.

Although the youngster still cannot speak or move his body, his family said they were "sure" that their "incredible fighter" could now understand them and had even been seen laughing.

They posted a message on a GoFundMe page set up to help his recovery,

The appeal, which was launched by London nurse Vicky Diplacto, whose brother was paralysed in a similar incident overseas, has raised more than £54,000.

The latest message said: "Hello everybody. Just a little message to tell you about our son's amazing progress. He is an incredible fighter.

"Even if he can't speak or move his body for the moment, we now know for sure that he understands us: he smiles and we saw him laughing several times since a couple of days when we were telling him some funny things or when we were reading to him some stories.

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A six -year-old boy who was allegedly thrown off a balcony at the Tate Modern is able to move his The six -year-old boy , who is a French national, fell five floors from a 10th floor viewing platform. He is making lots of progresses . "We can now bring him outside in a wheelchair to breath[e] fresh air.

The child, who fell 100ft after allegedly being snatched from his mother's arms in the London art The parents of the six -year-old French boy thrown from the Tate Modern have written to his supporters. First because he keeps on smiling and making progress bravely, and secondly because we see that

Boy, 6, who fell from Tate Modern making 'amazing progress' © Getty The Tate Modern is one of the most popular attractions in the capital

"It gives us lots of strength and hope, as much as the strength you, all of you, give us since the beginning with your kind messages. Thank you so much for what you do for our little boy and for us."

Following the incident last month, a 17-year-old boy appeared in court charged with attempted murder.

The teenager made a brief appearance in the dock at the Old Bailey on 8 August for an administrative hearing, when the court was told that psychiatric reports had been ordered.

No pleas were entered and the teenager was remanded in custody, and if a trial is to be held it will be listed to last two weeks and take place in the new year.

The identities of both the victim and the defendant cannot be made public due to a reporting restriction.

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