Judo star's parents on her 'miracle' recovery
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Stephanie Inglis's parents thank donors for her 'miracle' recovery

The parents a judo star critically injured in an accident abroad have expressed their relief at getting her home to Scotland.

Stephanie Inglis was flown to Edinburgh for treatment on Monday.

The 27-year-old had been teaching in Vietnam when she had a motorbike accident and doctors gave her a slim chance of survival.

More than £300,000 has been raised through an online fund set-up to help pay for Stephanie's medical treatment.

Her mother Alison Inglis has thanked everyone who donated and says that her daughter would not be here if it wasn't for that generosity.

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