Scorpion’s sting crippled the person, when he went for treatment, he got trapped in the hospital, the family asked for help – न्यूज़लीड India

Scorpion’s sting crippled the person, when he went for treatment, he got trapped in the hospital, the family asked for help


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Updated: Monday, November 21, 2022, 17:01 [IST]

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Alan Stephenson: After killing a British man with a scorpion sting, his life has become very difficult. The infection in one leg of this person has increased so much that the doctors have advised to amputate his leg. The man’s name is Alan Stephenson. However, Alan Stephenson’s family is now trying to bring him home. But these days Alan Stephenson is in a hospital in Thailand and his treatment bill has crossed more than one crore rupees.

Brit dad stuck abroad with horror disease

Ministry of External Affairs paid attention
Alan Stephenson, a 73-year-old British man, is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital in Thailand. The skin on his left leg till the knee has been damaged. But the burden of treatment expenses has increased so much that he is stuck in Thailand. Stephenson’s family appealed to the British Foreign Office for help. But the government has not taken any special action on this.

Hospital handed over bill of 1739769
Alan Stephenson’s son Christian has arrived in Thailand to see his father. They somehow managed to get Alan shifted to another hospital. However, the Allen family has to pay a hefty bill for Allen’s treatment at the previous hospital. For Alan’s treatment, Thailand’s hospital has given son Christian 18000 pounds i.e. at the current price it will cost Rs 1739769.66 in Indian rupees.

British doctor gave assurance
At the hospital in Thailand, doctors said they would have to amputate Alan’s infected leg. At the same time, his son Christian said that Alan’s operation was rescheduled several times. While Alan Stephenson’s family has been told by a doctor in Britain to cure him. After which Alan’s family is trying to bring him home. Said that the operation has been rescheduled several times. It is seen that the family has to consider the high hospital fees as a problem.

Allan Stephenson family now has people’s support
Recently, Stephenson is being assisted by British MP Carl Turner. He suggested starting a ‘Just Giving Page’ regarding this. More than 5,000 has already been raised. Alan’s relatives also want to bring him home from the hospital because he is not being taken care of there. Bet is not even getting Alan to turn around, nor is he being helped to get out. There are wounds on his body lying on the bed.

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Alan Stephenson family trying to get help after Scorpion sting stuck with horror disease

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