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Ian Browning 06 Nov 2014 22:25 #150331

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Copied across from the current New England Rally thread. This is the sort of club spirit for which this thread in the group exists.
Roderick B Smith
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Ian Browning had a good run up in his Thorny and had unloaded when he felt unwell and called an ambulance. He has had a stroke but the rapid intervention was obviously significant with him coming through the experience unscathed. He will be under observation in Armidale Hospital (doctors orders) for 24 hrs. Our thoughts are with him and the club will be doing whatever it can to assist Ian and his wife & son to support them and sort out the logistics of getting his truck and tractor home.

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Re: Ian Browning 09 Nov 2014 21:04 #150332

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Good outcome in the end and Ian has come away unscathed from the incident and with time to enjoy the show. He is riding shotgun home with son at the wheel. Many thanks to Ian and family for making the re-union happen.

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Re: Ian Browning 10 Nov 2014 18:46 #150333

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Thanks for sharing a happy outcome. No doubt it's a big scare so I hope that there are no more.
Having lived through a pandemic I now understand all the painting of fat people on couches!

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