Diving instructor fighting for his life after stroke in Thailand

PUBLISHED ON SAT, SEP 9, 2017 7:48 AM

Diving instructor fighting for his life after stroke in Thailand

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Dan Robinson

 

Family of former Deighton man launches online appeal over £1,000 a day hospital bills

 

A diving instructor is fighting for his life in a Thai hospital after suffering a stroke in his sleep.

 

Dan Robinson, 39, who is originally from Deighton, suffered a stroke where he lives on Ko Tao, an island in the Gulf of Thailand.

The former Greenhead College student, who has been living in Thailand for several years, was taken ill on Wednesday - a year to the day since he married his partner Jurait.

 

Full story: http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/diving-instructor-fighting-life-after-13593823

 

The Huddersfield Daily Examiner: 2017-09-09

 

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