British tourist injured when diving into shallow water in Magaluf

Son Espases Hospital

AT ABOUT 6am on June 3, a man reported to be a 28-year-old British holiday maker apparently decided that he wanted a swim and jumped head first into very shallow water off of the coast of Magaluf.

He suffered extensive head and neck injuries when he hit the seabed and was rushed in a critical condition to Son Espases Hospital.

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    • Sean Dobson

      05 June 2016 • 10:56

      Another boozed-up Brit,that said,I hope that he fully recovers and has learnt his lesson.

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    • kay peukert

      06 June 2016 • 09:54

      I agree with Sean
      but I suppose this is all we will hear about as it is June
      I was amazed when going back after 25yrs here at the state of the uk and how incompetent people are.
      There seems NO EDUCATION and as for the HEALTH SERVICE least said the better
      kay

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