Yarmouth Police Welcome Home Junior Officer Leah Archambault

Officer LeahYARMOUTH – A young girl that Yarmouth Police have designated as a Junior Officer, has returned home after her recent surgery at Boston Children’s Hospital.

Leah Archambault had her 10th spinal operation over the last 3 years and received mail and special items that overwhelmed the mail room at the hospital from the community.

The Archambault Family released a statement about Leah’s release from the hospital.

“Thank you for the showering of support to Junior Officer Leah during and after her surgery. The prayers, cards and gifts have lifted her spirits. She is home recuperating and exhausted. This type of surgery took a toll on her physically as well as emotionally. Due to the length of the surgery and the intricate placement of her new MAGEC spinal rods, she has a great deal of nerve pain in her back and legs. She rarely complains until her pain is in the high numbers. She is a tough mighty warrior and an inspiration to our family. We are hoping that this surgery will give her a two year break from surgeries. Prior to the showering of cards, Leah was always the one to give a smile or hand out smiley tickets when we were at the hospital. She never ever dreamed that people would stop and think of her! We appreciate you keeping her in your thoughts and prayers as she continues on the path to recovery.”

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