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Beckenham man to abseil from Royal London Hospital after surviving 15-foot fall

PUBLISHED: 13:35 31 August 2016

Clive Kraus with Dr Gareth Davies

Clive Kraus with Dr Gareth Davies

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Clive Kraus fell more than 15 feet in a potentially fatal fall

A Beckenham man who could have died after falling 15 feet from a construction site is ready let gravity take him once again.

Clive Kraus, will be abseiling from the helipad atop the Royal London Hospital in September, to support the crews who helped save his life.

Following his fall as a young site manager, Mr Kraus was treated by a doctor and paramedic who arrived by London’s Air Ambulance.

Now, the ex-patient will be raising money for the service, when he becomes the first person to go over the edge on September 16.

Once Clive has made his way to the bottom 200 other abseilers will face their fears to descend the 287ft drop.

To find out more, visit www.londonsairambulance.co.uk.


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