Tylicki Moved From Intensive Care

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Freddy Tylicki | Racing Post

Freddy Tylicki, who has suffered paralysis from the waist down after falling in a four-horse pileup at Kempton Oct. 31, has moved from intensive care to the general spinal ward at St Georges Hospital, the Injured Jockeys Fund revealed in a statement yesterday. The full statement reads, “Following 15 days in the intensive care unit at St George’s Hospital, today Freddy Tylicki moved into a general spinal ward. Freddy and his family are very relieved that his condition is improving and that he is now well enough to leave intensive care. Freddy would like to thank everyone for their wonderful support and kindness during this tough time. It has been a great comfort to him. It is anticipated that he will remain in St George’s for some time and visiting times are very restricted. Therefore the hospital strongly request that visitors contact one of the family before making any plans.”

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