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Madison Roome Biography
Who is Madison Roome?
Madison Roome was two years old when she was injured while walking with her father, Alistair, 46, her brother Finnley, then four, and some of their friends at the end of the family road in Claygate, Surrey, last May.
Mr. Roome was not looking at her daughter when the horse struck her in the face with its hoof as he was being led down a bridle path because her son Finnley had fallen and scraped his knee.
Her father said her friend had to yell at him ‘Madi has been kicked’ and felt ‘total panic’ when he saw blood gush from her eyes and mouth.
‘I saw her face, blood gushing from her eyes, her mouth and her huge cut on her head lying unconscious; it was just awful. ‘
How old is Madison Roome?
She is 2 year old.
Madison underwent emergency surgery
Madison underwent emergency surgery on the day of her accident to suture a deep cut over her right eye and repair her palate, which had split along the midline and separated from her skull.
Doctors sewed and secured an Invisalign brace in her mouth to help keep her bite and the lining of her teeth in place.
Madi then underwent a second surgery eight days after being airlifted to the hospital, which she squeezed the tendons between her eyes and nose.
She then she went on to undergo a third surgery just five weeks ago to remove the braces and cables and also to remove the Invisalign brace.
Doctors also performed more surgeries on her right eye after the freak accident.
The family (pictured) said they were ‘honored’ to meet the crew caring for Madison at her air base at Redhill +8.
The family (pictured) said they were ‘honored’ to meet the crew caring for Madison at their Redhill airbase.
St George’s maxillofacial surgeons plan to publish details of Madi’s procedure in a medical journal because it was a groundbreaking case.
Roome said: ‘Madi still has a long way to go and she will likely have a lot of surgeries until her face is fully developed. But she is still a very happy and resilient four year old and we are very proud of her.
‘It has been over a year since that horrible day, and I am very happy to say that Madi is recovering really well.
Her eye is still our main concern and Madi has had to wear glasses recently.
“I don’t think Madi remembers much about the long-term accident, although she asked very innocently if the Air Ambulance helicopter would also take her home.”
The family said they were “honored” to meet the crew caring for Madison at their Redhill airbase.
Jennifer said: ‘It was very emotional meeting them. Her father and I were overwhelmed with excitement, Madi bless her she was excited to see the helicopters.
“We were able to meet the pilot and paramedic who were on the scene.”
The family is now raising funds for the amazing Air Ambulance crews and wants to raise awareness for Air Ambulance week, which begins Monday, September 6.