Apprentice remains in ICU after fall

Tuesday 2 January 2018, 3:29pm

Apprentice Nyssa Burrells remains in an induced coma at Liverpool Hospital four days after a fall at Warwick Farm.

Burrells suffered a bleed on her brain after the incident at the jump-outs on Friday.

Racing NSW said on Tuesday afternoon, Burrells was stable.

"Dr Duckworth has reported that Nyssa remains stable in ICU at Liverpool Hospital with no change," a statement said.

"Doctors are still monitoring her pressures and slowly decreasing her sedation."

Burrells has other injuries which will be assessed and treated at a later date.

– AAP

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