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Monday, 29 August 2016

Assault victim Craig takes big step in the right direction

Assault victim Craig takes big step in the right direction
Assault victim Craig takes big step in the right direction

Assault victim Craig takes big step in the right direction

AN ASSAULT victim, who was so badly injured he was not expected to survive has defied the odds to walk again.
Craig Kaye, who was 42 yesterday, suffered permanent brain damage when he hit his head on the ground, fracturing his skull, in a one-punch attack.
The assault happened two years ago this week, in Hollybank Road, Great Horton, as Mr Kaye walked home from a party.
His 16-year-old attacker was given a two-year youth rehabilitation order after admitting grievous bodily harm.
Mr Kaye was in hospital for nine months and since then has undergone intensive rehabilitation in a bid to walk, talk and eat on his own.
He is living at a rehabilitation care centre in Castleford, and will need one-to-one care for the rest of his life.
But Mr Kaye’s devoted mother, Jean, said her son is now able to walk unaided along corridors and up stairs at the centre.


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