Lucas Diego, a little boy from Santander In Spain with a serious brain injury had his special chair stolen

His family asks for citizen collaboration to try to locate a chair that is essential for the child.

Lucas Diego López, the Spanish  Santander boy affected by a brain injury no longer has his special chair.

According to DIARIO MONTAÑÉS, it has been  stolen from the portal of his house in Peñacastillo (Santander) this Friday, and his family is asking everyone to help him find it.

Lucas’s injury, which happened 10 years ago, causes severe psychomotor retardation, secondary epilepsy and autism.

His fight against all of this and the challenges he has overcome is narrated by his parents through Facebook and the blog of  ‘The life of Lucas.’

Lucas’ parents have confirmed that his special chair has been stolen from their home portal, and the fear that it might be sold on a second-hand platform.

They want to seek help from the public, to stay tuned, it is a black tomato EIO model, with a special black and grey bag.

If anyone notices the Lucas’ special chair spotted or being sold anywhere, can you please call 676 498 564.

Lucas Diego López has been the protagonist of numerous solidarity events, in aid to support and raise funds for his upcoming treatment in Philadelphia, USA, that involves 20,000 euros a year and a visit every six months, to The Family Hope Centre.

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Samantha Day