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Aussie tourist Stacey Liddle’s leg ‘not to be amputated’, say Phuket doctors

PHUKET: Doctors at Vachira Phuket Hospital in Phuket Town have dismissed reports that they may have to amputate Australian tourist Stacey Liddle’s left leg, which was crushed by a bus after a collision near Chalong Circle last Thursday (Oct 26).

Ms Liddle, from Brisbane, was riding a rental motorbike when she and a passing tour bus collided. She was knocked to the road and the bus’ back wheels ran over her leg.

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Tanyaluk Sakoot
The Phuket News

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