How Elopement Photographer Chris Karp was taken to hospital in hospital emergency

A photographer has told the ABC that he was taken into hospital by a paramedic to treat his eye condition in an emergency situation.

Key points:Chris Karp said the paramedic took him to hospital to treat an eye problemChris Kars, a photographer from the Gold Coast, said the ambulance took him out of hospital in an ambulance to the emergency roomChris Karczewski, who works with Elopements, said he was flown to Sydney on a private jetChris Karras, Elopments founder, said they would donate his camera to the Royal New Zealand Air ForceThe ambulance took Chris Karrasczewski to Sydney’s Kings Cross to treat a suspected eye condition.

He said the paramedics took him from the scene of the crash and into hospital, where he was treated for his eye problem.

“They did put me in a very serious condition, I can tell you that,” Mr Karrasky said.

“I was in a medically induced coma for three days, I had a huge amount of bleeding, I lost consciousness for three or four days and then I had to get my eye examined.”

Mr Karraspic said he did not think that his eye would recover.

“At this point, I don’t think I’m going to be able to see again,” he said.

Mr Karp, who has been shooting for Elopings since 2007, said his eye was still not fully recovered and he had a hard time seeing out of his eye.

“The other thing is that I’m having difficulty with my balance and I’ve got a lot of pain,” he explained.

“It’s been a hard few days.”

Elopement is an online dating platform that has attracted hundreds of thousands of users.

Mr Ndubuza said they were disappointed that the man had to be treated at the hospital.

“He was so brave, he had his eyes out and he said he couldn’t see, and I think he was in the right place at the right time, he’s the sort of person that would say he couldn`t see,” he told ABC News.

“We will never give up, we are not going to give up.”

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