More £1500 has so far been raised to help a Leeds student with a rare blood type who is fighting for life in hospital after being involved in a serious moped crash in Thailand.
Lucy Hill, 21, was just one week into her gap year after graduating from Leeds Beckett University when her moped was hit by a car on Saturday morning at around 7.30am local time. She is now in intensive care and has had emergency surgery but needs blood transfusions.
Lucy has 'A Negative' blood type which is rare among people of Asian origin, and an international appeal has been issued to find donors in the country.
Her friend Lauren Hall, said they are 'relying on anyone of european descent' to help.
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