This 34-year-old English girl was spending the holidays with her family when she suffered from a horrible back pain. When she woke up in the hospital, the doctors told her that she had to have an amputation.

Sadie Kemp, originally from Peterborough, England, was celebrating the holiday season with her family when her life changed. “At 2:30 p.m. I was eating my Christmas meal and laughing with my family, and at 5 p.m. I was fighting to stay alive,” she told the Daily Mirror. At the time, the 34-year-old Englishwoman started having back pain but thought it was from the toy she had built earlier in the afternoon. In reality, the Brit was suffering from a kidney stone: “I said I was going to take a bath but half an hour later I was screaming in pain on the floor saying I felt like someone was crushing my kidney.”

Sadie was rushed to the emergency room where she was simply given painkillers. The next day, the 30-year-old was back after losing consciousness. Transferred to the operating room, she was placed in an artificial coma for two weeks. Without knowing it, the young woman had suffered a skeptical shock because of the kidney stone. This sepsis had caused the necrosis of his arms and legs. The doctors had no choice but to amputate his ten fingers: “When I woke up, I told my mother that she should have unplugged me. But she said to me ‘You prefer that do your children come to see you at the hospital or at the cemetery?’ I realized that I had been given a second chance.”

Her entourage supports her since her amputation

Sadie lost her job because of her disability. The 30-year-old also had to leave her house because of the stairs: “I’m just trying to understand why and how this happened.” Just divorced, the young woman is now experiencing financial problems: “I do not earn money for my children. They have no roof over their heads and I feel very bad.” Fortunately, the beautiful blonde can count on the support of her darling Lewis and her loved ones. As proof, one of her friends started a fundraiser on GoFundMe to help her. As of this writing, £44,287 (~€44,280) has been raised out of the expected £50,000 (~€59,110).

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