The fiancé of a woman who fell from a balcony while on holiday after suffering a bad dream has thanked family and friends for their support after the “horrible accident.”

John Lloyd and his partner Coral Skipp, from Llansilin, were on holiday in Ibiza last Thursday, when she fell from their balcony during the night – which is thought to have been caused by the night terrors from which she suffers.

John explained how the pair had gone to bed at around midnight on Thursday ahead of their flight home the following day, only for him to be woken in the early hours of the morning after Coral, 47, fell from the third floor balcony.

She is now being treated at Can Misses Hospital on the Spanish island.

“It’s not going to be an easy recovery,” John said.

“We got invited out here by a group of friends who had some spare spaces on a flight.

“We’d all had a fantastic week and went to bed early on the Thursday, and I woke to go to the toilet at around 4am, and I heard Coral shouting.

“She does get night terrors and bad dreams at times, so this is just a horrible, horrible accident.”

Messages of support have been sent to the family via phone calls and social media, and friends and family have pulled together to raise funds for the pair.

More than £4,000 has so far been raised to help them through the difficult time.

Mr Lloyd added: “It has been overwhelming. We would just like to give them a massive, massive thank you.

“Netty Pope and James Selv set up the Go Fund Me page to help us out, so we’d like to say a big thank you to them.

“And thank you to our friends and family who have been so, so supportive – Coral’s family, my family, Netty, James, my ex-military friends and all of our friends have been fantastic.

“The response from our loved ones has been phenomenal. The hospital have been absolutely brilliant too and so has the British Consulate.

“The money will be there to help family come over to us, but also to help us get home eventually.

“We don’t know how long we’re going to be here, so money is going to come in handy. There’s no work for us out here, so any money that is raised will prove to be a massive help.

“The page set up by Netty has had such a great response and it really has overwhelmed us.”

Coral’s workplace – Derwen College in Gobowen – also sent a get well soon message to Coral.

Natalie Bellis, Derwen College’s director of human resources, said: “We were sorry to hear from Coral that she’d sustained some serious injuries while on holiday.

“We wish her a speedy recovery, and look forward to welcoming her back to Derwen College when she’s fully recovered.”

The couple, who are set to get married in August next year, have appealed for further support after scans and tests revealed injuries were more serious than thought.

Go Fund Me will also be sharing the page nationally in a bid to generate more support.

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