Photo of assault victim Lindsay Roy Ede with his nephew Aiden Bishop who was two at the time Photo Inga Williams / The Queensland Times
Photo of assault victim Lindsay Roy Ede with his nephew Aiden Bishop who was two at the time Photo Inga Williams / The Queensland Times Inga Williams

Goodna assault victim out of intensive care

THE Ipswich father who was seriously injured in an alleged assault at Goodna recently has been moved out of the intensive care unit at the PA Hospital.

Lindsay Ede spent his 55th birthday in hospital on Monday, but in some positive news for family members, he is now in a ward and is breathing for himself.

Unfortunately, Mr Ede still hasn't woken up from the June 22 attack that left him in a critical condition with a massive head injury.

Mr Ede's brother, Terry Bishop, says family members are waiting for a more detailed condition report from doctors.

Meanwhile, the teenager accused of attacking Mr Ede, Ariik Mayot, has been remanded in custody until his case is heard again on July 22.

The 19-year-old Redbank Plains man is charged with grievous bodily harm over the incident.

This is an image of Goodna assault accused Ariik Mayot being detained by police on Monday afternoon. Photo: Contributed
This is an image of Goodna assault accused Ariik Mayot being detained by police on Monday afternoon. Photo: Contributed Contributed

 


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