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Happier times – Craig and his wife Natalie.
Happier times – Craig and his wife Natalie.


“Phenominal!” This was the word used by a family spokesperson when asked about the response of the Tilligerry community to an accident involv-ing Craig Casey and his son Schon. Both suffered severe burns in a boat fire recently at Lemon Tree Passage.

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“We would like to thank the emergency services and the well-wishers,”she said. The wider community has also done a magnificent job with the ‘Go-FundMe’ initiative,” she added. “We have been overwhelmed with support but really need some privacy at this difficult time,” she said.

“ At the moment both Craig and Schon are in a stable condition. Craig is in the ICU at Royal North Shore Hospital and Schon is at Westmead Chil-dren’s Hospital in intensive care as well,” she said.

“We will pass on any more details as they come to hand.” she concluded.

Residents wishing to donate to the ‘GoFundMe’ appeal can find details on ‘Tilligerry News & Views,’ a local facebook site.

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