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    Rip sian o'callaghan

    Although we had great news today about our visas, we also had sad news of the death of Sian O'Callaghan. A town brought together, hundreds joined police in the search for this beautiful young woman, who's life has been cut short far too early. Thoughts are with her parents, family and friends. RIP Sian. X
  2. Yesterday my daughter Sian had open heart surgery to replace her aorta, this took place at GOSH in London, which is a fabulous hospital and it was a very very stressful time. The operation took 6 hours and every hour just dragged and dragged. Sian is in the ICU as we speak but is off the life support machine. The operation at this time appears to have been a success so credit to the surgeons, two of them they did a fantastic job enabling Sian a more fulfilling and longer life. After keeping Mike up to date with what was going on, he has now been in Perth 2 months staying with the Bravehearts, he today told me of the terrible accident Billy had been in yesterday (Friday). This thread goes out wishing a speedy recover to Sian and Billy, and my heart goes out to the Bravehearts at this time. Lots of love to you all Sharon XXXX