Giraffe-attack tot wakes from coma
A BRITISH scientist’s son who was critically injured in a giraffe attack is now breathing on his own and waking up after 13 days in an induced coma.
Finn Williams, three, and mum Katy, 35, were trampled near their home on Blyde Wildlife Estate in Hoedspruit, South Africa.
Dad Sam, from Bradford, West Yorks, managed to chase the giraffe off.
Finn needed an emergency operation to release pressure on his brain.
Family lawyer Marina Botha said: “Finn is still sedated but he is beginning to wake up. We can confirm he is breathing independently.”
Katy, from Baltimore, US, and Finn are in intensive care at the Busamed Modderfontein Hospital, near Johannesburg.
Sam, 36, has been keeping bedside vigils.
HORROR Finn, Katy & Sam