Heartbreak for One Born Every Minute family as twin baby dies three months after filming – as the devastated mother says she & # 39; finds it hard to continue every day & # 39;
A Sydney-based family from Tuesday's One Born Every Minute Australia episode revealed that their daughter Brooklyn died last month.
On November 18, weeks before the appearance of the Hector family was broadcast, twin Brooklyn, born on August 20, stopped breathing and could not be saved.
& # 39; I cannot describe the feelings or emotions that we are all currently experiencing and I find it difficult to continue every day. But we have three small children who depend on us and we can't just give up & # 39 ;, said mother Bianca, 29.
Heartbreak: The Sydney-based Hector family (photo), who appeared in the episode of One Born Every Minute Australia on Tuesday, revealed that their twin girl Brooklyn died last month
Bianca said about their tragic loss: & I walked through the door and Brooklyn didn't breathe. My husband called 000 while I started giving her CPR. I worked on her until the ambulance was there to take it over.
& # 39; I went to the hospital with Brooklyn and they did their best to bring my little girl back. From injecting adrenaline, shocking her small little body and doing (breast) compressions. Just after 7 p.m. that night, my little angel was declared dead, never to return home. & # 39;
After setting a GoFundMe page, Bianca added: & # 39; I would normally never ask for help, but during this difficult time of our lives we reach out. Nothing our little princess will ever bring back … but we're asking for help to keep things as normal as possible for Mackenzie, Peyton and Hunter. & # 39;
Viewers have already raised no less than $ 41,000 for the young family, with the number increasing by the minute as the link becomes viral on Facebook.
Shock: On November 18, weeks before the appearance of the Hector family was broadcast, twin Brooklyn, born on August 20, stopped breathing and could not be rescued
& # 39; I walked through the door and Brooklyn wasn't breathing, & # 39; said Mama Bianca about their loss, explaining that paramedics could not save the little girl after calling an ambulance
On One Born Every Minute, parents Bianca and Daniel have recorded the pregnancy and arrival of the twins Brooklyn and Hunter, who were born on 20 August 2019.
Brooklyn was first born, with Hunter then needing an C-section for emergencies because he had become obstructed, which meant he was lying on Bianca & # 39; s belly.
Six weeks into pregnancy, the couple's daughter, Mackenzie, was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia, which was also discussed in the show.
On their GoFundMe page, the couple went on: & # 39; I thought that discovering Kenzie had cancer and would end up in the ICU would be the worst time we had this year, but few knew that the worst was yet to come.
& # 39; I can't describe the feelings or emotions & # 39 ;: on One Born Every Minute, parents Bianca and Daniel announced the arrival of the twins Brooklyn and Hunter, who were born on August 20, 2019
Bianca explained Mackenzie's ongoing struggle with leukemia and said: & # 39; She was further diagnosed as a high risk, consisting of more intensive treatment.
& # 39; After each chemotherapy treatment, she constantly has several side effects, such as mucositis and decreased stomach temperatures. As a result, she spent most of this year on antibiotics in the hospital. & # 39;
You can donate to the Hector family by visiting them GoFundMe page
Emotional: Six weeks after pregnancy, the couple's daughter, Mackenzie (right), was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia, which was also documented in the show
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