A sports mad eight year old who lost her legs to meningitis is now set to fulfil her dream of becoming a sports star.
Logane Miller, eight, from Northampton, was diagnosed with a deadly strain of meningitis at eleven months old – the disease took both her legs from below the knee and she was lucky to survive.
Now a double amputee, she has beaten all odds to not only learn how to walk, but to take up athletics, cycling, gymnastics, and swimming as she tries to fulfil her dream of becoming a sports star.
Her proud mum, Kristy Miller, 29, was devastated when she first spotted a purple rash across Logane’s tiny body, her chances of survival were slim.
Logane was in constant pain throughout the first year of her life as she battled against the aftermath of meningitis.
She eventually had two lower leg amputations in a bid to lead a normal pain-free life.
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