A businessman who was told he would die unless he had his leg amputated has been speaking of his road to recovery.
Paul Brayshaw now has an artificial leg, and with the help of the rehabilitation team at Brighton General Hospital - he is walking again. On New Year's Day he plans to do a sponsored walk to raise money for the team that helped him in his hour of need. John Ryall has the story.
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