Fire crews demolish walls to release Britain's fattest teen from house
BRITAIN’S fattest teenager was in a mammoth rescue operation to get her out of her own home with 30 builders, scaffolders, police, fire service and ambulance crew.
Georgia Davies, (19), had to two walls in her house demolished to get her to hospital after reaching a reported 63 stone.
Georgia was trapped in her home after abandoning the latest extreme diet which doctors put her on to try and save her life.
The teen needed medical treatment after becoming standed in her own bed.
And emergency services had to rip down an internal and external wall to free her from the bedroom of her semi-detached council house - with scaffolding and a crane used in the mission.
Just days before, Georgia had told her Facebook friends: "I'm in bed but problem is can't get up"
"Earlier I was blocked in the toilet for like 20 minutes and if you sit on the loo for that long it bloody hurts.
"My legs hurt and so do my back though my knees will give out if I stay seated any longer."
Traffic was diverted after the street in Aberdare, South Wales, was closed while scores of specialists struggled with the demands of freeing her from her home.
One local mum said: "It is a major operation and there's loads of people here just to get Georgia out of the house.
"She's too big to get out herself and they've had to take the walls down.
"It is tragic for her. She's done all sorts to lose weight with fatcamps in the States and a thousand diets.
"But nothing has worked and she is now up to about 63 stone according to people who've spoken to her family."
It was a high security procedure with a large police barricade was erected in order to protect passersbys.
The mammoth operation involving 40 scaffolders, fire fighters, policemen, paramedics and social workers who jostled for space in the sleepy suburban street.
It started just after 9am - and the builders took nearly eight hours before she was finally freed just after 5pm.
Georgia was seen leaving in an ambulance on her way to hospital.
Builders had to remove a window before ripping out the internal and external walls of her home.
A huge bridge was then build and a crane was used to manoeuvre through a 10 feet hole and out into the street.
Huge dust sheets and tarpaulins were put up in order to protect her dignity from curious locals.
One police officer said: "We want to keep people away - this is not a freak show."
When the rescue team finally got her out of the house Georgia was crammed into an ambulance and rushed to hospital suffering from massive organ failure.
Georgia's body is under huge pressure after years of binge eating and not properly exercising.
Georgia, of Aberdare, South Wales, was declared Britain's fattest teen when it was revealed in August 2008 that she weighed 33st at just 15.
Doctors said she would die if she didn't lose the pounds and she was sent to an American fat camp were she shed half her body weight.
But after returning to the UK the 5ft 6ins teen ballooned after returning to her bad habits and putting 16 stone back on.
Georgia continued with her diet of cake, chocs, crisps and endless loaves of bread - washed down with bottles of Coke.
She also glugs down masses of booze and smokes her way through pack after pack of cigarettes.
The dangerous diet has seen her become heavier than ever and locals say she is over 63 stone.