£6.9 Million Lotto Prize To Be Used For Daughter’s Care

January 1st, 2016   ·   Add Your Comment Now...

Paul and Debbie Lawton have had a rough life.  Their daughter Tracey was born with cerebral palsy which had left her blind, unable to walk and talk.  It has taken their joint effort to be able to afford the care their child needs.  Now thanks to the lottery, their worries will be eased a whole lot.

The Lawtons have won a £6.9million jackpot.  While other people would be dreaming of trips, cars, and other luxuries, the couple says their winnings will be used to keep their disabled daughter in comfort.

Read more in http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3373283/Parents-won-6-9million-lottery-spend-winnings-giving-daughter-cerebral-palsy-better-life.html


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