All Her Intestines Were Sucked In A Swimming Accident-Now Her Entire Life Depends On A Machine- Here Is The Terrible Story Of Abigail Taylor

Despite passing on some years ago, the tragic story of Abigail Taylor continues to send ripples of shock through the spine of many.1 min


Despite passing on some years ago, the tragic story of Abigail Taylor continues to send ripples of shock
through the spine of many.

The poor six (6) year old girl was involved in a terrible accident that caused her intestines to be partially sucked out of her belly through her anal opening.

Abigail’s accident happened when she ignorantly sat on a suction pipe of a wading pool at the Minneapolis Golf Club located in St. Louis Park. The powerful suction created by the vacuum effect pulled out the poor girl’s intestines through her anal opening, living her struggling for her life.

The devastating effect of the poor girl’s accident local government authorities to institute laws that will make swimming pools safer. Over the years, no less than three (3) children have suffered similar life threatening injuries. Records show that about thirty-three (33) more people, including adults, have died in swimming pool accidents in Minneapolis alone.

Most of whom were trapped underwater.

Abigail Taylor

Abigail Taylor, after her terrible accident underwent one of rarest transplants in medical history. All her destroyed organs were replaced and she was put on a special life support system lest she passes on.

According to Mr. Scott Taylor, the poor girl’s father, his little girl had to undergo sixteen (16) different surgical procedures, chemotherapy and kidney dialysis to remove excess fluid in her body – and she was only 6 years.

Doctors later noticed she had developed a cancerous condition they believe must have been caused by excessive organ transplants. The condition called PTLD (Post-transplant lymphoprolipherative) affects certain blood cells in the body.

READ ALSO:   Beyonce To Release New Film "Black King" Featuring Shatta Wale

Thanks for reading today’s news from GHKasa and we urge you to spread this news across the various social media networks and do follow us on our social media platforms as well. on; Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and more for the latest news over the web. Send your news stories to [email protected] and via WhatsApp on 0241481651.


Like it? Share with your friends!

Comments

comments

WhatsApp chat