Ireland Irishman in Australia ‘out of coma and communicating’ after blow to head

11:55  14 january  2018
11:55  14 january  2018 Source:   Extra.ie

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A young Irishman left in a coma in Australia following a ' blow to the head ' on New Year's Day is showing early signs of recovery. The 23-year-old, who is being looked after by doctors in Sydney, has been weaned off the coma drugs but still remains heavily sedated.

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Michael Hyndman, originally from Belfast, moved to Sydney with his fiancée Clar in September in the hope of starting a new chapter in their lives together.

However the 23-year-old quantity surveyor was placed in a nightmare situation after an incident in the early hours of the morning on January 1, left him requiring emergency surgery.

Last week, his brother Barry revealed that Michael was showing signs of recovery and ‘could hear again’ but was still heavily sedated.

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Pic: GoFundMe: Michael-Hyndman © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Michael-Hyndman On Tuesday, he provided a further update on Michael’s GoFundMe page set up to assist with the costs of flying the family to Australia and aiding the young man’s recovery.

He explained, ‘This day, last week, life, as we knew it for Michael, was hanging in the balance and yet here today I am thrilled to tell you that Michael is making excellent progress.

‘Michael, who faced an unexpected set back at the weekend, has since been gradually weaned off sedation. Michael is now breathing on his own, he has been communicating for shorts periods with family members and is able to recall some vital information from before the incident.’

Mr Hyndman explained that the family felt ‘incredibly blessed’, thanking the 568 donors for the almost £17,000 (€19,000) they had raised in the space of a week.

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Michael and Clar. Pic: Go Fund Me: 017 © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland 017 However, tough challenges remain for both Michael and the family.

The update continues, ‘He now faces further assessments, intense therapy and not to mention a 2nd surgery to reinsert the skull that was removed. He has a long road ahead but as he’s demonstrated already, he is strong and he doesn’t intend giving up anytime soon.’

For the time being, the family has decided to withdraw the money from the GoFundMe in order to transfer it to the beneficiaries.

Barry Hyndman finished: ‘On behalf of Michael and the family I Thank you once again for all your support over the past week. You are incredible people who’ve gone above and beyond to help s us all on this difficult journey.’

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