THIS IS YIN-CHA.
Yin-cha Leyoto is my beautiful friend that is only eight years old.
On Wednesday, the 13 of June, 2012, this beautiful girl passed away.
This is Yin-Cha’s story. One of the most amazing stories I have ever heard of.
Yin-Cha was on a school excursion in Kyoto, Japan, when the tsunami of 2011 hit. Her school bus was carried ontop of a building by the wave. Her and her class mates were evacuated inside the building. But the building collapsed from an after-shock / earthquake. After days of worry she was thankfully found three days later, but was trapped underneath the rubble. She had fallen into a coma, and had broken her back.
Even though they found Yin-Cha, her mother (from all the stress) got septicaemia and passed away. Her mother was also carrying an unborn baby that also died as her mother passed away.
This left little Yin-Cha with only her dad Liam.
She had to have surgery on her back for her to be able to walk again. Her bottom vertibrae were fused together. She slowly started recovering walking more regularly every day. But the one of the vertibrae in her back was crumbling, and this was putting pressure on her back nerves.
Yin-Cha was in pain for so long. Her dad decided to put her in traction.
During traction Yin-Cha got a blood clot in her right leg that was cutting off blood to all of the leg and the traction was putting too much pressure on her back. She got an infection and her organs were slowly shutting down. She was put in a coma for her to live through it. She was like this for almost a week, untill she woke up.
We were hoping for her to get better, but it got worse.
A blood clot formed in her brain, stopping her from being able to speak. The clot quickly passed, and she was able to tell her godmother (Tharina), that she loved her, “I love you mama Twinks”.
The medical machines were beeping and screeming a short while after this, because another blood clot was in her lungs.
The doctors operated immeadiately. They said it was fatal, and that they might not be able to save her.
As they worked tirelessly, it came to an end. Her pain was over, she had become an angel.
Yin-Cha was the most amazing girl. There is so much more to this story, so much more I can tell.
I loved her, and still love her so very deeply.
I WANT HER STORY TO BE KNOWN.
Rest in peace Yin-Cha, you are forever in my heart. Never forget <3