WKOW Anchor Talks About Infant Son’s Heart Condition

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

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WKOW anchor Amber Noggle‘s three-month-old son is recovering after heart surgery.

The station in Madison, Wisc., did a story on Dax’s condition. He was born with a severe congenital heart defect called Tetrology of Fallot, and had open heart surgery at just 11 days old.

“I don’t think we imagined how hard it was actually going to be. And when there’s nothing you can do and he’s so helpless. There were a number of nights we weren’t sure what would happen,” said Noggle.

The station did a story about his survival on Thursday and how Noggle is coping. You can watch it here.