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Wimblington mum calls for better awareness of asthma after son dies of an attack in front of her

A brave Fenland mum is calling for greater awareness of the dangers of asthma after her son died from an attack two years ago.

Nicki Davis, 49,from Wimblington, lost her eight-year-old son Bailey, a twin, to a fatal asthma attack in March 2017 and is now campaigning to raise awareness of the seriousness of asthma.

She said: “Bailey was such a kind, loving son and was inseparable from his twin brother, Mason. His asthma was mild, and it didn’t get in the way of him doing the things that he loved but in March 2017, after a day at school, everything changed.

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