Wrangell supports its newest resident


September 26, 2019

Photo courtesy of Kassee Schlotzhauer

One-month-old Sabina Schlotzhauer is the newest member of the Schlotzauer family and resident of Wrangell. Over $1,000 was raised for Sabina early this week to help her family while she deals with medical issues through a promotion at J&W's and a GoFundMe page.

WRANGELL - Sabina Schlotzhauer, at one month old, is one of Wrangell's newest residents. Born to Kassee and Curtis Schlotzhauer, Sabina is facing some medical issues. Kassee said in a Facebook message that Sabina suffers from HIE, or Hypoxic-ischemic Encephalopathy. According to the HIE Help Center, it is a form of brain damage that can occur in newborns when there is a shortage of oxygen in the bloodstream and a shortage of blood flow to the brain. There are a wide range of causes for HIE, according to the website, and some of its symptoms include breathing problems, feeding problems, and...

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