A Crosby family is packing up and moving to Colorado where marijuana is legal. They’re doing it for their 3-year-old girl.
Hannah Loew was diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome, a severe and progressive form of epilepsy, when she was 6-months-old.
Her parents say she has endured more health scares than they can count.
“You’re living every day on the edge of your seat not knowing if you’re going to have to rush to the emergency room,” explained mother Amber Loew.
The Loews have been videotaping Hannah’s average daily 50 to 100 seizures. The episodes sometimes last more than an hour.
Hannah has already been on life support three times.
“My wife has saved my daughter’s life more times than I can count,” said father Paul Loew.
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