A British man has been left fighting for his life after suffering horrific injuries while on his stag do in Magaluf. The young father, from Rochdale, travelled to Majorca on Friday. Alex Green headed to the holiday hotspot with a group of 25 family members and friends. But he has now been discovered in the resort with severe injuries. The rest of his group had become concerned when the 26-year-old failed to return from the toilets in a bar during a night out.
The fiancée of a dad fighting for his life in Magaluf has revealed her heartbreak as supportive family and friends plead for help to get him home. Firefighter Alex Green, 26, was found unconscious in the street with a bleed to the brain, fractures to his eye sockets, cheeks and nose and a collapsed lung just six hours into his stag do on the Spanish island. He remains in intensive care in Majorca, surrounded by his family and his fiancée Rebecca Thorpe, who flew out to be with him.
A young dad from the UK was enjoying his dream stag do in Magaluf - but is now fighting for his life after suffering horrific injuries. Alex Green, from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, travelled to the European party capital on Friday. The firefighter headed to the holiday hotspot, in Majorca, with a group of 25 family members and friends. But he has now been discovered in the resort with severe injuries.
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