The fiancé of one of the stars of the reality TV show Outback Truckers, who was seriously injured in a motorcycle accident on March 4, has revealed that he has been taken to a brain rehabilitation facility.
Paul “Sludge” Andrews was involved in a serious motorcycle accident 15 days ago and was “very lucky” to escape from it.
Andrews sustained broken bones, torn ligaments, bruises and abrasions in the accident.
His fiancee, Wendy, revealed on Saturday that Mr Andrews has settled into Fiona Stanley’s rehab facility.
“The sludge has finally settled in head injury rehab, still very tired and was in a lot of pain from the transfer, but the ward is quieter than the trauma unit and his 6ft 6 body fit better in the larger bed,” he wrote on his Facebook fan page. .
In a March 15 post, she revealed that Sludge was “very lucky to be alive.”
The veteran freighter has been recovering in hospital for more than two weeks after the accident due to his severe injuries.
“The recovery and rehabilitation will be very slow,” said Wendy.
“Rest assured that I will take good care of him when he is able to come home.
“It was a very difficult time but I thought you all would like to know where he has been and what happened.”
This is Mr. Andrews’ second incident since December, as he was taken to hospital just before New Year’s Eve due to a jet ski accident.
“Another minor accident seems like a quiet night tonight to see the new year in the hospital,” he shared in an Instagram post on Dec. 31.
He shared pictures of himself lying on a stretcher inside a rescue helicopter and from his hospital bed as he was recovering from broken ribs.
“We’re not partying here tonight, but there are so many good meds around here to keep the pain away,” he wrote on Facebook.
Four decades of shipping experience earned him a spot on the 7mate Outback Truckers series, which has been broadcast since 2012.
Andrews became a fan favorite when he appeared over four seasons in his signature purple Phantom-themed van drawn with characters from the superhero comic strip.
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