Mandi takes next step

Three months on from the Moyhu pet deer attack, Mandi McDonald will begin her rehabilitation in Melbourne in a positive move forward
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OVERWHELMING SUPPORT: The community have been mourning the loss of Paul McDonald (right) and wishing for a speedy recovery for Mandi McDonald (left), who was taken to the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne in a critical condition following the tragic Moyhu deer attack last Wednesday.

IT’S a step in the direction of a “new normal” for the McDonald family, as Mandi, who was critically injured in the tragic deer attack at her Moyhu home, has been transferred from the Alfred Hospital to the Caulfield Rehabilitation Centre on Wednesday to continue her recovery.

Almost three months on from the devastating incident which took the life of her husband, Paul, at their Moyhu property on April 17 this year, Mandi will commence the rehabilitation chapter in her recovery.

Mark McDonald (Paul’s brother) said the move to the rehab centre in Melbourne is a positive sign, but there is still no timetable for Mandi’s recovery.

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