A young boy who was left fighting for his life after a helicopter crash on the Gold Coast on January 2 has made a significant recovery, but he is still facing the possibility of losing a leg.
Nicholas was placed in a coma after the crash, which killed his mother Vanessa and three others.
Despite his recovery, Nicholas has faced an uphill battle. This week, his priest revealed that he had been in touch with the boy’s father, Simon.
According to the priest, Nicholas did not suffer from a brain injury.
Simon was able to talk to Nicholas, and he responded well with names and dates, though his voice is slurring.
His friend Charlie Bakhos said last week that Nicholas might have to have his foot removed due to a major setback.
According to Kumar, Nicholas’ doctors are still trying to determine if his shattered leg can be saved.
Nicholas’ uncle said that the family is still praying that he will not lose his leg. He noted that the doctors are expected to make a decision regarding his condition next week.
Simon Tadros fought back tears during his wife’s funeral at a Western Sydney church.
He described his wife as a special person who was always there for him. He also said that she was their protector. Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral.
In his speech, Simon paid tribute to his wife, saying that she will always be with him.
He also thanked everyone who attended the funeral.
The other people who died in the crash were British couple Diane Hughes and Ron Hughes, as well as Ashley Jenkinson, the pilot of the helicopter.
The funeral for Jenkinson was held on January 13.
The Air Transport Safety Bureau’s investigation into the crash is expected to be completed in 2024.