Salt Creek backpacker ‘lucky’ to survive hammer hits to skull

Salt Creek backpacker 'lucky' to survive hammer hits to skull PLASTIC surgeon Dr Andrew Raymond has taken to the stand today to give evidence to the Salt Creek trial about the German backpacker’s head wounds, which included “an area of skull that was exposed”. Dr Raymond said the woman had four jagged …

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Salt Creek backpacker ‘lucky’ to survive hammer hits to skull

A backpacker allegedly hit four times on the head with a hammer was “incredibly lucky” her injuries were not more serious, a surgeon has told an Adelaide court. Andrew Raymond, a trainee reconstructive surgery specialist at the Flinders Medical Centre

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German backpacker’s scalp ‘exposed’ after alleged salt creek attack, surgeon tells court

A surgeon has told a court a German backpacker was “incredibly lucky” her injuries weren’t more severe. (9NEWS). A surgeon says a German backpacker’s scalp was “exposed” after she was allegedly struck on the head with a hammer by a man on a remote …

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Salt Creek: German backpacker’s skull bone exposed in alleged hammer attack

A German backpacker who was allegedly attacked by a man with a hammer at Salt Creek in South Australia suffered a head laceration so deep it exposed bone, the Supreme Court has heard. A trial underway in Adelaide heard the woman, now aged 24, was …

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