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A young Gold Coast helicopter crash victim may lose his foot in life-saving operation


Setback for surviving Gold Coast helicopter crash victim as his family reveal he may lose his foot in life-saving operation

  • A boy who survived a Gold Coast helicopter crash may lose his foot
  • The setback in Nicholas Tadros’s recovery was posted on Saturday
  • A family friend asked people to pray for the 10-year-old boy

The 10-year-old survivor of the tragic Sea World helicopter crash could now lose his foot as surgeons battle to save the young boy’s life, family friends have revealed.

Nicholas Tadros’s mother Vanessa was one of four killed when their joy flight  crashed into another helicopter near the Gold Coast theme park on January 2.

Pilot Ash Jenkinson and British newlywed couple Ron and Diane Hughes also died in the tragedy.

Rescuers…



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