Funds are being raised for the Irish family of a six-month-old baby who suffered terrible injuries in a fire in Doha, Qatar. 
Sinead Soffe was at the family home in Doha when she heard her daughter crying during her morning nap. Going to see if her little girl was okay, the mum was horrified to find the room filled with smoke and the cot that baby Elizabeth was in, on fire.
Elizabeth’s cot had been underneath an A/C fan, which is believed to have started the fire.
Baby Elizabeth was brought to the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit of Hamad Hospital with burns on 60 per cent of her body.
The little girl was later taken to a Birmingham in the UK to undergo treatment for her injuries.
All of the family’s belongings were lost in the fire at the home and’s fundraiser for the little girl says: “Little Elizabeth will need to stay in the UK for possibly a year. The family need to stay close to her and her medical bills are growing. We are starting a fund to help Elizabeth and her family.”



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