A student from Leeds seriously injured in a road accident in Thailand is said to be out of danger - thanks to a remarkable appeal for blood donors on social media.
University student Lucy Hill was on a gap year when she was knocked off a moped in the Northern city of Chiang Mai. It was feared the 21-year-old could die if enough donors didn't come forward.
But an urgent appeal online for donors of Lucy's rare blood type - A Negative - was shared more than 100,000 times - leading to queues outside the hospital two hours before it opened.
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