How to save the life of a hairdressing professional
A man is fighting for his life after a vicious attack that left him with multiple broken bones, a fractured skull and internal bleeding.
John McDonagh was at home in a rural area in Ireland when the incident occurred in March 2016.
John, a barber from the Cork area, had just returned from the North West in Ireland.
He was on his way to a friend’s wedding when he received a phone call from his mother telling him that he had been attacked in his home.
“She said it was like a war and she said ‘there’s a car out there that’s going to attack you’.
I just started screaming,” John said.
He said he was rushed to hospital, but his condition deteriorated.
After two weeks of treatment at a local hospital, John was able to return home.
He spent three days in the intensive care unit at a nearby hospital before he was transferred to the Mayo Clinic in Dublin.
He had to wait five days before doctors were able to perform an operation to relieve pressure on his brain and other parts of his body.
John said that he felt lucky that his mother, who works as a cleaner, took him in.
“My mother was very, very supportive of me and helped me,” he said.
You can’t walk or talk or go to work. “
There’s a lot of things that you can’t do.
John was then sent to the trauma centre in Dublin to undergo a further operation. “
They just had to remove my head bandage and the rest is history.”
John was then sent to the trauma centre in Dublin to undergo a further operation.
He has undergone a series of surgeries, and is now undergoing treatment in a unit in County Galway, with the aim of eventually returning home to Ireland.
Dr Andrew O’Brien from Mayo’s trauma centre said that John’s injuries were not survivable and his recovery was dependent on the medical team that treated him.
“It’s a very difficult situation and we can’t offer anyone the chance of a full recovery and the chances of being able to see their loved ones again,” he added.
“We don’t offer any respite for that type of injury and we’re not going to be able to provide that respite, no matter what John does.”
After spending three days at the Mayo trauma centre, John’s condition worsened and he was admitted to the intensive trauma unit at Mayo Hospital.
After a few weeks of rehabilitation at Mayo’s Trauma Centre, John will be transferred to a hospital in Cork.
His recovery has taken him longer than expected and has left him feeling incredibly anxious.
John says that he feels lucky that he was able get the help he needed at Mayo Trauma, but he feels that he still needs help from the Irish government.
“If we were to ask for help we could get it, but we’re just trying to make a good life for ourselves here,” he told The Irish Time.
John says he has no idea where he will go from here, and he is worried that the Government will never do anything to help. “
This is a tough time for me, but I don’t want to live this way again.”
John says he has no idea where he will go from here, and he is worried that the Government will never do anything to help.
“At the moment we have no idea,” he explained.
I want to go home.” “
People are looking at me like I’m dead and they can’t help me.
I want to go home.”
The Irish Government has launched a public inquiry into the incident, but has not yet responded to requests for comment from The Irish News.
The Government’s response to the attack has also been met with controversy, with a spokesperson for the Department of Health claiming that the attacks are the result of the “vicious nature” of the crime.