'I changed career after waking from coma'
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Redditch man changed career after waking from coma

In 2012, Rory Curtis was involved in a car crash on the M42 motorway.

When he awoke from a coma at a Birmingham hospital two weeks later, the 22-year-old experienced side effects that included thinking he was a child and speaking in a foreign accent.

The life-changing moment prompted a different perspective on life for the former health and safety officer trainee from Redditch, Worcestershire.

Now 29, Mr Curtis plans to open a barber shop.

  • 19 May 2019
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