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How man paralysed from neck down in car crash is helping others with spinal injuries through Quad-Rebuild charity

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Joseph English, 32, was a passenger in a car crash in November of 2017. He was airlifted to Leeds General Infirmary, where he spent seven weeks in intensive care. Was then transferred to the Princess Royal Spinal Cord Injuries Centre at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital, a unit where he would spend the next 11 months of his life. Nearly five years on, Joe, from Halifax, is helping others with spinal injuries to  take back control of their future and create a new journey.
1 month ago·Leeds, United Kingdom

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How man paralysed from neck down in car crash is helping others with spinal injuries through Quad-Rebuild charity

After being left paralysed from the neck down in a car accident, Joseph English is helping others with spinal cord injuries. Laura Reid reports.

1 month ago·Leeds, United Kingdom
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