Tragic cancer patient Olivia Downie lands at Aberdeen Airport
Seven-year-old home from Mexico
A CANCER-STRICKEN girl today touched down at Aberdeen Airport.
Olivia Downie arrived back in the North-east this afternoon after doctors at her hospital in Mexico said she would be able to make the flight home.
The seven-year-old, who been battling an aggressive form of cancer called neuroblastoma, arrived home with her parents Lauren and Steven after a desperate battle to bring her back.
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