Bride’s joy after groom fights back from brain injury after 25ft horror plunge

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When he woke, as doctors had warned, he was not the person Lucy knew but had become “angry, abusive and aggressive”.

For the next three-and-a-half years, he was a full-time resident in hospital and rehabilitation
units as he learned once again to walk, talk and do basic everyday tasks.

Campbell is not fully aware how bad his brain injury is but he hopes soon to return to work.

Echoing Lucy’s fighting spirit, he said: “One moment you’re at the top of the world, then a couple of days later you cannot stand life.

“But it’s about trying to push past that. I had to do it all again.”

Lucy added: “It’s a fight for him but the fact he’s gradually getting better keeps me going.”

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