The family of an injured SAS soldier has raised over £160,000 to have him brought home from Thailand.
Stuart Kyffin suffered a severe brain injury when he was involved in a motorcycle crash in October, and has been in a coma ever since.
But, following a huge fundraising campaign led by Stuart's brother Dave, he was flown back to the UK.
He's currently being treated at a hospital in Hull where he's showing signs of improvement.
Dave says he couldn't have done it without the support of the British public.
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