A Birkby man wants to say “Thanks” to the Good Samaritan who possibly saved his life.
John Fay, 60, has no idea who helped him after he apparently slipped and fell over a wall in Birkby.
He remembers nothing about the fall, which left him with head and leg injuries, until waking up in hospital.
Now John and his daughter Rachel want to find the mystery person who helped him.
He has had to have plastic surgery on his leg wounds but is recovering well at home.
Rachel said: “We are ever so grateful to whoever found my dad and helped him.
“If he had not been found we dread to think what might have happened.
“He had been knocked unconscious in the fall and could have lain there all night, in the cold, without any medical treatment”.
John was on is way home to Crescent Road about 10.30pm at night when he slipped.
It is thought he slipped and stumbled over a low wall, falling 10 feet into the yard of a bed factory where he landed on pallets.
Rachel said: “His first recollection was waking up in the trauma unit at Leeds General Infirmary.
“He had been taken there in an ambulance but we don’t know who found him. Whoever it was must have had quite a shock; they probably thought it was a dead body as he was out for the count.
“He had a knock on the head but the worst injuries were to his leg and he had to have plastic surgery.
“They kept him in for four days but he is now on the mend and like me, he wants to find out who saved him.
“We owe them so much”.
If you know the mystery Samaritan, contact the Newsdesk on 01484 437712.