Recovering From Amputations

POSTED: 5:41 pm EDT August 18, 2010 on WMUR

 

LONDONDERRY, N.H. -- Volunteers have donated time and talent to make over a home for a Londonderry girl who needed a quadruple amputation to survive a near-fatal infection.

Bella Tucker Construction VideoBella Tucker, 9, was moved from Children's Hospital in Boston into a rehabilitation center on Wednesday. When she eventually returns home, she will find her house renovated to make life more comfortable, thanks to the efforts of volunteers.

Bella’s Birthday Bash


Yesterday was Bella Tucker’s birthday. Surrounded by family, friends, teachers, and classmates, the Governor officially proclaimed August 12 as “Bella Tucker Day.” Bella was unaware of this special declaration, as her family had kept it quiet from her.

Bella Tucker's smile is back

Stepdaughter of Lynbrook native on road to recovery after losing limbs
By Theresa Navarra
Courtesy of LIHerald.com



When 8-year-old Bella Tucker was rushed to the hospital on Easter Sunday with a severe infection, doctors held out little hope that she would survive. But through nothing short of a miracle, her family reports, Bella is alive and in good spirits, despite the long road to recovery that lies ahead of her.

Londonderry Graduate Washes Cars for Bella

Courtesy of Londonderrynh.net

 

Recent Londonderry High School graduate, Jessica Morris, will be washing cars on Saturday, August 14, for a good cause. From 8 AM until 2 PM, Jessica will be set up at the BP in Londonderry to wash cars and take donations for the Bella TuckerBella_Tucker_Londonderry NHBella Tucker of Londonderry NH Fund.

Information

Donations can be made to THE BELLA TUCKER FUND via the Paypal link or by mail to: The Bella Tucker Fund 26 Lantern Lane Londonderry, NH 03053