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WATCH: Greensburg girl battling rare condition comes home

Gabby Miller received standing ovation

(GREENSBURG, Ind.) – The stands were packed for the Greensburg and North Decatur game on Tuesday night. 

Half the crowd was cheering on the Chargers while the other half was pulling for the Pirates. 

But everybody in attendance was rooting on 12-year-old Gabby Miller. 

The St. Mary’s School sixth-grader was diagnosed with AFM, an extremely rare polio-like condition, after first experiencing symptoms in December. 

Gabby was released from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on Tuesday after spending 55 days there. 

She came to North Decatur as the school was hosting “Gabby Miller Night” for her first public appearance since the diagnosis. 

Gabby and her family received a standing ovation and a donation from the crowd. 

The event was planned by Kayelee Ogden who is a member of North Decatur’s Student Council. 

Ogden started planning the fundraiser before knowing this would serve as Gabby’s homecoming. 

Miller will soon be back in the classroom at St. Mary’s, while continuing extensive treatments with the goal of being able to walk again.


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