Paul Davey after the accident
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'Crushed' veteran slams surgery wait

An Iraq war veteran who was crushed between a lorry and a crane at work says he is still confined to his bed and in pain, nearly a year after the accident.

Paul Davey, 26, has criticised the length of time Leeds Teaching Hospitals has taken to perform reconstructive surgery on his pelvis.

The NHS trust has apologised for the delay, but said it "only has limited capacity to meet demand".

The aftermath of Mr Davey's accident in April was caught on camera by by the BBC's Helicopter Heroes production team.