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According to the South Wales Argus, six-year-old Harley Chivers suffered a gash on his forehead, as well as a fractured arm and chipped jaw, when a dry stone wall collapsed on him in Cwmtillery in October this year.
At the time of the incident, the boy was playing outside when one of his friends pulled at a stone in the structure, causing it to cave on top of him.
Ms Hockey explained her child now has a "terrible" scar on his head and his arm remains in plaster.
"I think he deserves something after what he has been through," she added.
Posted by Francesca Witney
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