Dream Vacation to Italy Turns Tragic as Paraplegic Woman Stranded in Venice Hospital After Stroke

Grace Bradley’s long-awaited dream vacation to Italy took a devastating turn when she suffered a stroke while overseas, leaving her stranded in a Venice hospital.

Having saved diligently from her job as a supermarket cashier, this trip marked Bradley’s first opportunity to travel abroad.

Despite being a paraplegic since age 13 due to Vodder syndrome, she had grown increasingly independent over the years.

Tragically, Bradley’s plans were halted when she experienced a stroke during her stay in Italy.

Currently hospitalized, her family faces a daunting $200,000 challenge to bring her back home to the United States.

“We need her home,” pleaded her grandfather, Tony Bradley, expressing the family’s deep concern.

With her health deteriorating in a foreign hospital, their main priority is to arrange her safe return.

Challenges and Medical Costs

Born with Vodder syndrome, a condition affecting lymphatic flow, Bradley has faced numerous health battles.

Despite these challenges, she pursued a job and embraced life with determination.

Support and Fundraising Efforts

In response to the medical emergency abroad, Bradley’s family has launched an online fundraiser.

With the help of compassionate donors, they have raised over $48,000 towards the substantial costs of medical evacuation and care.

Moving Forward

As they navigate bureaucratic hurdles and seek specialized medical transport, the Bradley family remains hopeful for Grace’s recovery and safe return home.

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