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Hugo Jackson Medley, hope amidst tragedy in the wake of the Aurora theater shooting

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Photo’s of baby Hugo appear on CalebMedley.com. This site is set up for updates on the progress of Caleb Medley, a victim of the Aurora shooting.

Following horror, comes hope. The first images of Hugo Medely, born Tuesday to Katie and Caleb Medley have been released. Hugo weighs 7 pounds, 4 ounces and is doing well, according to an article from The Huffington Post.

Katie and Caleb were both inside theater 9 during the Aurora shooting. While Katie escaped uninjured, Caleb remains in critical condition, according to CalebMedley.com.

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Caleb is making steady improvement but it has not been without a cost. He has been through 3 surgeries so far. During this last one the doctors finished the removal his right eye and they also had to remove some of his brain tissue. This may not sound like good news but it actually helps. The tissue that doctors removed was already dead and by removing it the swelling of Caleb’s brain that has been slowing his recovery will now be somewhat reduced.

Once again, it seems as though there is a light to every dark tunnel. So far, Caleb has received over $100,000 in donations to assist with medical expenses, according to an article from The Associated Press.

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