Airport hero in hospital after brain haemorrhage
A hero of the Glasgow Airport terror attack on is fighting for his life after suffering a brain haemorrhage. Stephen Clarkson was admitted to hospital on Sunday after collapsing at his mother's home with excruciating pain after an aneurysm burst, the Daily Record reports.
Groundsman Mr. Clarkson, 41, 'mowed down' burning bomber Kafeel Ahmed with a forearm smash during the attack on June 30. He has undergone one emergency operation, which was unsuccessful, and faces more dangerous surgery. Fellow-hero Alex McIlveen, who has visited Mr. Clarkson, told the newspaper: 'He's in a really bad way.' Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
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