Chef’s head trauma

Scottish Daily Mail - - The Brexmas Election -

THE chef is said to have died from a bleed on the brain – 40 years after a road ac­ci­dent left him with se­ri­ous head in­juries.

Called a sub­du­ral haematoma, the con­di­tion oc­curs when blood ves­sels in the space be­tween the skull and brain be­come dam­aged. Symp­toms in­clude a headache and loss of con­scious­ness.

The cause is usu­ally trauma such as a fall or car crash. After Gary Rhodes was hit by a van at 19, doc­tors warned of the risk of fur­ther in­juries.

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