Help breeze

On Saturday 10th march 2018 a young girl’s life changed forever, what was thought just to a headache turned out to be much much more.

Breeze Smith (17 years old) was flown to Westmead Hospital where they discovered breeze had a large brain aneurism that was bleeding creating enormous pressure around her brain, Dr’s suspected that Breeze had also suffered from a stroke because of this.

Breezebhas been in an induced coma and on life support since before getting in the helicopter, Breeze has come out of the coma on Wednesday 14th march 2018 briefly but is still heavily medicated.  Breeze remains on life support because of how many surgeries she has had (7 so far, all high risk) and because she hasn’t gained the strength to breath on her own yet.

Breeze is still currently at Westmead Hospital where she is fighting as hard as she can and will remain there for quiet a while. Breeze will require time to recover and special care.

Breeze is surrounded by her very concerned and worried family, some of which are traveling from wallerawang to Westmead daily.

This is very rare in such a young lady and without reason. Breeze lives with her mum sue who is a single mother and has always done her best to provide fro Breeze and her siblings.

Any help would be greatly appreciated to take a little pressure off her family


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Holly Smith 
Newnes NSW
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