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She said: 'Daniel was a really cheeky chap and happy all the time.
He'd love being with his mates and his family, too.'Then, in January, he started fretting about his GCSEs, telling me he was worried he wouldn't remember it all.'I said they weren't until June, so he had ages, and he would be fine.'But, after a couple of days of him being more withdrawn and quiet, and revising all the time, I rang the school and told a receptionist I was concerned.
After discovering her son, paramedics said Daniel was still breathing and rushed him to Leeds General Infirmary, where he was put on a life support machine.
Meanwhile, Emma phoned Daniel's dad, Andy Long, 38, who she had parted from 10 years earlier, and her daughter, from another relationship, Chelsea Oliver, 23, telling them to get to the hospital.'Sat by his bedside I really believed he would be OK and would come out of it,' Emma recalled.