South Africa’s miracle triplets who won’t stop fighting even with their latest health challenge

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Daniel, Gabriel and Harvey each suffer from a unique form of cerebral palsy, which has left them wholly dependent on their parents.  (Photo: Supplied)
Daniel, Gabriel and Harvey each suffer from a unique form of cerebral palsy, which has left them wholly dependent on their parents. (Photo: Supplied)

They've had to face some hard knocks in life: a car crash left Chantel Emery in a wheelchair, then came the shock news that she and husband Rob had triplets on the way.

The babies’ traumatic birth on the bath-room floor at home followed – three tiny boys slipped out one after the other at just 26 weeks. 

But then came another shock for the couple: a fourth baby surprised them on their arrival in hospital. Chantel was indeed pregnant with quadruplets. Sadly, the parents were left devastated when one of the babies, Bradley, didn’t survive, passing away 16 days later.  

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