Soldier who lost his legs in Afghanistan cannot be treated in English hospital, because he’s Scottish
A soldier who lost both legs in Afghanistan has been told he will no longer be treated by an English NHS hospital, because he’s Scottish.
Callum Brown, 28, had his life changed six years ago when a bomb blast took his legs from him while on patrol in Helmand.
The former lance corporal was airlifted to Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, which has specialist facilities for treating war injuries.
Callum, who is from Ayr on Scotland’s west coast, has been under the care of the hospital since.
However, on his last visit he was told they could no longer treat the war hero as he didn’t live... read more
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