Brave Sean comes home to his family

EIGHT months after a horrific shooting left a child paralysed and shocked a community – brave Sean Scully has returned to the family home in Cherry Orchard.Sean Scully 009
Extended family welcomed back the youngster on Friday (February 6) for a party celebration, which represents a huge milestone in Sean’s recovery.
Sean (7) has undergone intensive rehabilitation at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire following the harrowing gun attack on June 13.
The St Ultan’s junior school pupil was playing with friends outside the family home on Croftwood Grove, when a gunman opened fire, accidentally hitting Sean.

For more on this story see pages 22 & 23 of this week's Echo.

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