A man from Torquay who was shot in the head in Antigua on Christmas Day may go blind, his family say.
An air ambulance brought Chris Tester back to the UK, after more than £100,000 was raised to fund an emergency flight.
He was shot at his parents restaurant on the Caribbean island, where it's believed he was trying to protect his mother from a robber.
Chris underwent surgery on his left eye in hospital on the French island of Guadeloupe to help prevent any infection and to stabilise him for his return home.
A Crowdfunding page raised more than £100,000 to bring Chris home. He's now being treated at Derriford hospital in Plymouth.
Chris' family say he's making remarkable progress, but still hasn't recovered his sight. They're also urging people to continue to donate to cover excess costs: "This appeal has showed us that the power of people and a crowd is second to none. And we are truly grateful. We believe with your continued support we can hit our final target. You have given so much already but we please ask you for one more selfless act of kindness."
"Chris is now in the care of Derriford hospital in Plymouth. They are well known for treating military personnel often with gun shot injuries, so we're sure that Chris is in the best hands"
"The injuries that Chris sustained means that he may have lost part or all of his sight. This is being established over the next few days. Obviously this is life changing for Chris and his family and it goes without saying that he will require many months of rehabilitation."