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A miracle baby with spina bifida underwent groundbreaking surgery while still in the womb - which is hoped might give him the chance to walk now he's born

***EXCLUSIVE*** Joanne Crellin, 37, went under the knife at 26 weeks to try and fix her unborn child's condition after being told it was now or never. Spina bifida is when a baby's spine and spinal cord don't develop properly in the womb, causing a gap. This leaves vital nerves exposed as the pregnancy progresses which can cause irreparable damage - leading to walking difficulties after birth. Mum-of-four Joanne was shocked to be told about the issue when she had her 20-week scan as she claimed she had been informed everything was fine two months earlier. She was then told the surgery needed to be carried out quickly to protect the baby but there were no surgeons available in the UK - so she had to rush off to Belgium. Joanne was also informed that her baby had hydrycepahlus (fluid on the brain) - which helped her make the decision. She was asked to stay near the hospital in Liverpool, Merseyside following the successful operation on October 7 - meaning she was away from her family for three months. She then gave birth to little Blay on December 6 via caesarean section. The effect of the surgery is currently unclear and could be for some time, only becoming evident as the baby grows. But Joanne, from Douglas on the Isle of Man, is just happy that she's given her boy a fighting chance.

Police pull over giant hot dog

Wisconsin, United States: Police pulled over a giant sausage. Waukesha County Sheriff’s Deputy stopped the vehicle shaped like a hotdog on Sunday (26 Jan). The head-turning ride, called Wienermobile, which acts as promotion for the Oscar Mayer brand, was said to have not obeyed the rule to change lane if an emergency vehicle is parked at the side of the road. The Sheriff’s department said: „What really happened on that fateful day with the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile? The driver of the Wienermobile was stopped and given a verbal warning by a Waukesha County Sheriff’s Deputy for not following the Move Over Law (2001 WI Act 15, WI Statute 346.072).” When a motorist sees a vehicle on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing (red, blue and amber), they are required to move out of the lane closest to the vehicle if possible. If a safe lane change is not possible, or the motorist is traveling on a two-lane roadway, they are required to slow their vehicle, maintain a safe speed for traffic conditions, and drive at a reduced speed until completely past the vehicle.

Man accidentally fills boat cockpit with fuel

Orange County, Florida, United States: A man accidently filled his boat with fuel - after mistakenly putting the petrol station nozzle into a fishing pole holder. Florida firefighters were called to the scene after the 32-year-old boat owner’s mishap on Monday (27 Jan). A hazardous material team arrived to find the Orlando man’s cockpit flooded in the forecourt of a 7-Eleven. Orange County Fire Rescue reported: „A Florida man was so excited to go fishing with his buddies today, he accidentally put the gas nozzle where the fishing pole goes and pumped 30 gals. of gas into the cockpit of the 18-foot vessel. After the 32-year-old boat owner from Orlando realized he just pumped $60 of fuel into the wrong place, he pumped $40 more into the right place. Squads 1 & 3 siphoned most of the fuel out. There were no evacuations or injuries, and crews cleared the 7eleven just after 2:30 p.m.”

Fishermen pull in their catch

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fishermen stand in water beside their colourful boat as they pull in a giant net holding their catch. The fishermen worked together to pull the 100 metre green fishing net after flinging it wide across the water. Navigating their red canoe along the estuary which is yellow in colour due to sand and sediment, the men caught about eight to 10 kilograms of fish a time. Photographer Trung Anh captured the fisherman working in Tu Nghia, in province Quang Ngai, Vietnam, using a drone.

Huge cliff collapses into sea leaving homes teetering on edge of coastline

***EXCLUSIVE*** A huge cliff was collapsed into the sea just yards from homes - sparking coastal warnings in Devon. The clay cliffside fell at Livermead in South Devon, prompting fears the area may still be unstable. It's understood to have happened on Monday - but these images taken from the sky today show the scale of the damage caused when several tonnes of red rock crumbled into the ocean. Onlookers said the fall had changed the coastline at LIvermead near Torquay, Devon, forever and is the latest in series of similar incidents in the area.