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Parents express thanks for support as little JohnJoe (10) remains critical

The parents of a 10-year-old boy critically ill in hospital have expressed their thanks for the support they have received from the community.

JohnJoe Toner suffered a suspected heart attack while at school in Ballymoyer on Thursday morning.

Alert staff members at St Malachy’s performed CPR before he was rushed to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.

Parents Maria and Cormac Toner said the prayers of so many have given her strength and has asked that people continue to pray for their little boy as he needs all the prayers right now.

Further vigil masses will be offered up for JohnJoe on Wednesday in St Michaels, Clady.

The parents also invite you to pray with them for their son tonight (Tuesday) at 7pm in St Malachy’s Church, Ballymoyer.

Please continue to keep JohnJoe in your thoughts as he remains critical at this stage.

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