A huge fundraising effort is underway to help a Macclesfield midwife bring her stricken son home from a Cambodian hospital after a suspected stroke left him fighting for his life.
Esther McLaughlin, 67, is keeping a vigil at the bedside of her son Charlie in Phnom Penh and fears he will die if he does not get repatriated back to the UK for treatment and then rehabilitation. The cost of this is £105,000 and she is even prepared to remortgage her house in order to raise the money.
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