Huddersfield's own ‘bionic girl’ has become famous across the globe following her story in the Examiner.

Seven-year-old Olivia Farnsworth hit the news last month when her mum Niki Trepak revealed her daughter’s real life super powers.

And she is now something of a global sensation.

The Crosland Moor youngster feels no pain, doesn’t get tired and is never hungry.

Olivia Trepak of College Street, Crosland Moor, suffers from a rare chromosome disorder.

The rare chromosome disorder that has caused her unique condition has left doctors and her family amazed.

It is thought she could be the only person in the world with all three symptoms together.

She has defied mother nature after being run over by a car but then walking away without complaint and virtually uninjured.

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Despite being dragged down the street she shocked everyone by getting up and carrying on as if nothing had happened.

Even though the car left a tyre mark on her chest, baffled doctors found only minor injuries.

Since the Examiner broke the story four weeks ago, Olivia has been in most of the national newspapers including the Mirror, the Sun, the Daily Mail and the Daily Express.

But her story has also captured the imagination all over the world.

Olivia Trepak of College Street, Crosland Moor, suffers from a rare chromosome disorder.

She has been filmed by a German TV company and her unique condition has been reported as far afield as Australia, China, Vietnam, South Africa and even on the local news in the USA.

Mum of five Niki, 32 hopes raising the profile of the rare condition will help researchers find treatments and she also wants to raise money for chromosome disorder charity Unique.

Everyone has 23 pairs of chromosomes but Olivia’s sixth has a tiny piece missing. Beverly Searle of chromosome disorder support group Unique knows of no other case. She said: “She’s a rare little girl.”

Olivia's story is featured on a Vietnamese website

Niki said: “There’s no Government cash for research so I’m speaking out to help raise funds.”

But she added: “Olivia’s beaming all the time. If you could bottle and sell her personality, I’d be rich. She’s amazing.”

To support Niki’s fundraising find her on Facebook by searching for ‘Niki Trepak’.

To learn more about chromosome disorders visit Unique’s website: www.rarechromo.org