GASTON COUNTY, N.C. - One of the youngest victims of the recent E. coli outbreak had a special “thank you” Saturday.
Hannah Roberts, 5, and her family held a Praise Him in Pink party to thank God for healing her.
Hannah spent more than two weeks in the hospital.
Jordan McNair, another E. coli survivor, was also at the party with his parents.
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