Scottish tourist suffers serious head injuries in horror plunge from sea wall in Majorca

Scottish tourist suffers serious head injuries in horror plunge from sea wall in Majorca
 

A Scots tourist lay severely injured on rocks for seven hours at a Spanish resort after a horror plunge from a sea wall.
John Anderson, from Shetland, suffered severe head injuries and the onset of hypothermia after the fall in Majorca on Monday night.
It was the second serious fall involving a tourist in the popular resort of Santa Ponsa in 24 hours.
Earlier in the day an Irish teen was left fighting for his life after plunging from a balcony of a nearby hotel.
Mr Anderson was discovered at about 9am on Tuesday morning on rocks below a high sea wall at El Toro beach.
The 57-year-old, who... read more

 
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