A police officer has been left paralysed from the chest down after being kicked in the back by a drunken woman he was taking into custody. Pc Darren Triggs needed emergency spinal surgery after a blood clot was found on his spine just weeks before his wife Rosie was due to give birth to their third child. He’d been kicked by a drunken woman while he drove her to a police station to place her in custody last December and even though he had a bruise Darren, 36, didn’t think it was anything serious. But the Sussex Police officer of 12 years woke his wife up four days after being struck fearing he was suffering a heart attack while telling her his legs and feet were completely numb. Hours later the shocked couple, who have three daughters, were told the response officer – who was sent to 999 call outs – was paralysed from the chest down and would never walk again. Darren watched Rosie give birth to their baby Phoebe in February at the same hospital where he was recovering in, having intensive physiotherapy to prepare him for life in a wheelchair. “Our lives have been turned upside down,”… Read full this story
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