A Green Country family is making a special trip to Austria to meet the makers of their 7-year-old daughter's cochlear implants.
Jayde was left abandoned and deaf in a Chinese town when she was just 8 months old.
The Scholl family adopted her in 2012.
Cochlear implants now allow her to hear.
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Each one has a serial number which allowed the family to find the person who made the implants.
"I'm really excited for her to actually see - and the family - what amazing technology she actually has, because it is nothing short of a miracle," Audiologist and mother, Jacque Scholl.
A day before Jayde was scheduled for surgery in May 2013, an E-F 5 tornado destroyed the Moore hospital where the surgery would've take place.
The implants were found in the rubble in perfect condition.
Doctors performed the surgery later that week.