Former Australian fly half Michael Lynagh has not only dodged a bullet but “dodged a cannonball” according to a doctor who treated him after his recent stroke which almost claimed his life. The 48 year old who was visiting Brisbane when he had the stroke, was out with friends when it occurred. After being taken to hospital in an ambulance he went into the hospital’s ICU where he was treated. Luckily, two weeks later the legendary man has pulled through and was released from the hospital after a remarkable recovery. However, his eyesight in his left eye has decreased by 45 per cent, which is set to decrease, but not guaranteed to ever return to what it previously was. Hopefully this will not be the case and Lynagh will regain his full health, with the whole rugby world behind him, as soon as possible.
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