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IN A scene many at one time thought impossible, stab victim Abigail Witchalls is pictured with her husband, Benoit, and their son, Joseph, celebrating the baptism of their baby, Dominic.
Surrey: Abigail Witchalls, the young mother stabbed in front of her toddler son in April, has taken her week-old son home after his early delivery in hospital.
ABIGAIL Witchalls, the young mother stabbed in the neck while walking with her toddler son in a country lane, has spoken of her joy at the birth of her second child.
STABBING victim Abigail Witchalls was likely to have been able to have a normal birth despite being paralysed, a consultant neurosurgeon said.
ABIGAIL Witchalls, the young mother stabbed in the neck while walking with her young son in a country lane, has given birth to a boy, a spokeswoman for the family said last night.
ABIGAIL Witchalls, the young mother who was stabbed in the neck while walking with her toddler son in a country lane more than six months ago, is finally home with her family.
STABBING victim Abigail Witchalls has returned home from hospital, it was announced today.
DETECTIVES are still hunting Abigail Witchalls' attacker after it emerged they do not have enough evidence to prove Richard Cazaly stabbed her.
THE prime suspect in the Abigail Witchalls stabbing investigation spoke about the attack with his girlfriend, it was reported yesterday.
DETECTIVES investigating the stabbing of Abigail Witchalls have completed a dossier of evidence on the prime suspect, Richard Cazaly.
AS SHE sits in the hospital garden, the delight on Abigail Witchalls' face is clear.
STABBING victim Abigail Witchalls will this week try to identify the car her attacker used.
POLICE investigating the stabbing of Abigail Witchalls are set to submit a file to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) that might lead to Richard Cazaly being named as the assailant.
THE unborn child of Abigail Witchalls survived the knife attack which nearly killed its mother, doctors said yesterday.
AN OVERJOYED Abigail Witchalls last night revealed that her unborn baby survived the knife attack which nearly claimed her life and that she is almost 13 weeks pregnant.
STAB victim Abigail Witchalls has been moved out of intensive care into a spinal injuries unit and can now breathe without the aid of a ventilator, the Royal National Ortho-paedic Hospital said yesterday.