Attacked man faces long wait for physio treatment
GARDAÍ IN Bray are continuing to investigate a brutal attack against a Polish worker as he walked home late at night on the Greenpark Road last July. The victim of the vicious assault now fears he may have to return to Poland after discovering he could face a twomonth wait for physiotherapy.
Krzysztof Zietkiewicz has been released from hospital and is walking again but he and his family worry that the wait for therapy is too long and his injuries will not heal properly.
Krys was set upon by an attacker on the walk home. There were up to 40 heavy blows rained upon him and he sustained multiple fractures to his arms and legs.
His wife Mariya spent three weeks here visiting the injured man after securing a visa but has now returned to Poland.
Krys, who is living in Bray at the moment, will be on his own when his brother Jarek goes to Sweden.
The brothers are concerned about how they will meet the mounting hospital bill and Jarek has already sought compensation for Krys from the Criminal Injuries Tribunal.