Dominique Lefèvre moved three years ago to Barcelona to live and work. He went there to work as a seller of computers. On 25 August last year hit, however, is the fate. Dominique crashed with a scooter and walked a head injury. Since then, he's in a coma. His family wants him as soon as possible to repatriate to our country but the problem is that he is working in Spain and is connected with social security and which covers the transport. Bavo Daems and Zinho Chergui, two childhood friends, Dominique, have now joined forces to raise money for the repatriation. “We are all three grown up in the neighborhood of the district of Gaverland,” says Saint. “We went in our youth together to play football and later together on vacation. Even after moving to Spain is that band left off. Last year in October we are Dominique go to visit. Occasionally, he gives a sign of recognition but communication is not there. We have his family learned that he actually a lot of incentives needs to improve. In Spain he is well cared for but he would be best in his native language are addressed and that can, of course, not. Therefore, that his family in heaven and earth resistance, to take him to Belgium. Given his condition this, however, can only be made by ambulance and the entire ride nursing. This cost around 10,000 to 15,000 euros, and that money can the family not just coughing up. Therefore that we now have a benefit on the rope. We want our measure to not let you down. He must return as soon as possible with us,” it sounds resolutely.
Dominique ended up seven months ago in a coma in Spain, now organize childhood friends benefit for repatriation
Beveren Some childhood friends of Dominique ‘Domi’ Lefèvre draw Sunday, the football boots for a benefietmatch. The 36-year-old man is hospitalized after an acc
21 March 2019 Thursday 13:01
Beveren Some childhood friends of Dominique ‘Domi’ Lefèvre draw Sunday, the football boots for a benefietmatch. The 36-year-old man is hospitalized after an accident in August last year in a coma, and his family wants him back to our country to repatriate. There, however, depends to a hearty price tag of more than ten thousand euros.