Stroke survivor unsure if he can return to Dawson Creek
A local man who survived for seven days on his bathroom floor after suffering a stroke says he's still deciding whether he'll be able to return to Dawson Creek.
Steve Adsley, who had a stroke on June 26, was able to survive by drinking water out of his toilet. After seven days, a neighbour who parked outside his first floor apartment heard Adsley's cries for help and called paramedics.
In the weeks that followed, Adsley's story gained worldwide media attention.
Now, he's recovering at Holy Family Hospital in Vancouver, where doctors say he'll likely regain a large part of his mobility with a walker. For the time being, though, Adsley is in a wheelchair.
Jonny Wakefield reports
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