Spotted on The New Paper:
NUS undergraduate paralysed after diving into water at Sentosa
It was the last day at orientation camp in Sentosa and he was playing with his friends in waist-deep water at the beach.
The second-year student then dived head first into the water. The next thing he knew, he had hit something hard and a jolt of pain shot through him. The incident happened early last month.
The 22-year-old undergraduate at the National University of Singapore (NUS), who was initially paralysed from the neck down, is now able to move his arms slightly. Doctors have told him that there is a chance he might walk again one day, The New Paper understands.
Read the full report in The New Paper on Friday (Sept 27).
Credits:The New Paper
What an awful thing to happen to him. Hope that he will pull through 🙂