Injured judo star Stephanie Inglis arrives back in Scotland

Stephanie Inglis arrives at Edinburgh Airport where she was met by an ambulance. Picture: SWNS
Stephanie Inglis arrives at Edinburgh Airport where she was met by an ambulance. Picture: SWNS
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JUDO star Stephanie Inglis has arrived back in Britain after being flown by air ambulance from Thailand.

Stephanie, 27, from Daviot, near Inverness arrived at Edinburgh Airport on Monday lunchtime before being driven to the city’s Western General Hospital.

Scottish judo star Stephanie Inglis. Picture: John Devlin

Scottish judo star Stephanie Inglis. Picture: John Devlin

The Commonwealth Games silver medallist suffered severe head injuries in a motorbike accident in Ha Long in the north of Vietnam on May 10.

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It is believed her skirt became trapped in the motorbike’s wheel.

She was initially given a one per cent chance of survival before being transferred to a hospital in Bangkok, Thailand.

Stephanie was placed in an induced coma but has recently woken from it.

She had spent four months in Vietnam teaching English to underprivileged children.

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