Blaze tot out of intensive care

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TODDLER Emmy Taylor has been moved out of intensive care after suffering severe burns in a caravan fire.

The three-year-old was injured in the blaze which claimed the life of her grandad, Robert Taylor, 58, and uncle Andrew, 26, both of Flint.

She has now been moved into the burn’s unit at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool after being in intensive care since the fire on June 11.

Her parents Ian Taylor, 28, and Laura Lidford, 24, of Flint, have been staging a bedside vigil at the hospital.

They have thanked all those who have supported the family and said they are praying for her recovery.

Emmy has undergone a number of operations at the hospital.

She was pulled from the fire by gran Denise, 50, who suffered burns to her forearm.

The fire occurred at Sunny Sands Caravan Park at Talybont. A spokesman for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the cause was under investigation and is now subject to a coroner’s inquiry.

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