Henry Wilkins, 16, faced hours of agony with a horrific leg fracture but was saved after his club begged the local fire brigade to take him to hospital. A teenage footballer who suffered a horrific leg fracture was taken to hospital in a fire engine after being told to wait five hours for an ambulance. Henry Wilkins, 16, was left in agony following a tackle which caused a double break in his lower left leg.
A young girl in Caracas, Venezuela, lies in a hospital bed caught between life and death after a snake bite caused her leg muscle cells to wither away and die. The rural treatment she received most likely only is able to treat local infection secondary to the bite. The Instagram description written by Dr.
Teagan Taylor, aged 14, was badly injured after being involved in a crash with a vehicle driven by Rossington and Bawtry councillor John Cooke. Coun Cooke, who stands as an independent, has admitted he was behind the wheel of the car that struck Teagan while she was crossing the road and apologised. But the girl's mum Gail has called for the politician to go one step further and resign as she claims he should have done more to help her daughter after the collision.
The girl was one of two who slipped and fell at the plunge pools on Friday afternoon, with the other taken to Jabiru clinic with a suspected concussion, NT Police Duty Superintendent Rob Farmer said. Supt Farmer said the two girls were on a school hiking trip and fell when they were getting out of the pool. Jabiru Police and Parks Australia rangers responded to an emergency beacon set off by the group shortly after 4pm on Friday.
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A teenager had her leg broken during an alleged attack by another girl in the former bus station at the Pentagon Shopping Centre in Chatham. The girl, from Strood, was reportedly set upon by another teenager near to the Wilko store at the shopping centre on Good Friday. The year-old victim remains in hospital with a broken thigh and will have to undergo surgery to correct the break, it is understood.
Jordan Lawton, 18, squeezed the child's chest, forced its legs together and threw a PlayStation controller at its foot in anger. The child was left with four broken ribs, two broken legs and a broken foot, the Stoke Sentinel reported. The Stoke-On-Trent Crown court heard the child came to the attention of the authorities after a support worker noticed a mark on its face. Lawton, of Hamil Road in Burslem, reportedly accepted responsibility for causing the sickening injuries during police interviews.
The year-old chased the man down the road in Maryhill before battering him to the ground. A teenage thug broke an innocent man's leg because he wrongly thought he had touched a teenage girl. The teenager's lawyer Peter Malone said: "He became involved as he was told something.