Luke Parry fall

Luke Parry, 21 yr old Oxford student in ICU following 25ft fall in new 'balconying' craze

An Oxford University student was in intensive care last night after falling from a second-storey balcony in Spain.Luke Parry, 21, plunged 25 feet while trying ... Full story

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