A Welsh skydiver who was injured in Fiji says he's overwhelmed at the amount people have donated to help his recovery.
Ben Cornick, who was born in Neath and raised in Pentrechwyth, was doing a sky dive over the South Pacific island when he lost control and collided with a parked van at 40mph.
His leg and arm were both badly injured and doctors told his family he needed to be transferred for urgent medical attention in New Zealand.
As Ben had no insurance, his family had to find £20,000 to cover the cost of the flight from Fiji and a further £30,000 was needed to cover the cost of his treatment and return flight to England.
His friends and family set up a Facebook site and the donations came pouring in.
Ben has now had a seven-hour operation and is on the road to recovery.