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Old September 6th 11, 11:04 AM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Mason[_4_]
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Default Miracle recovery of lad at death's door.

Another amazing recovery.

"A teenage cyclist given just hours to live after suffering head
injuries in a road accident is now making a miraculous recovery.
Daniel Fallows, of Braunstone, spent more than two weeks in an induced
coma following the collision, in Watermead Way, off the Redhill
Roundabout in Leicester, in July. His family spent every day by his
bedside, hoping for the best, but fearing the worst.

When doctors decided to switch off the machine keeping the 19-year-old
in a coma, his family were amazed when he slowly started to recover.
Mum, Nancy Fallows, said: "He was put in a coma to shut his body down
and give him a chance to recover because his injuries were so severe.

"Hour by hour we didn't know if he was going to survive, but he hung
in there and got himself better.


Simon Mason

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