FROM JOHN JEFFAY AT CASCADE NEWS LTD 0161 660 8087 / 07771 957773 john@cascadenews.co.uk / www.cascadenews.co.uk Syndicated for Sunday World, Ireland with pix Jo in display before the accident A FIRE-BREATHER suffered horrific injuries when an impromptu demo went catastrophically wrong. Jo Robinson suffered severe burns on her face, chest, hands, lungs, throat nose and even her EYEBALLS. She took a mouthful of camping oil, instead of paraffin, which ignited on her body, rather than away from it.

On the 10th of July, while in Chicago to judge a pole dancing competition, Jo Robinson – a pole studio owner and aerial artist from Northern Ireland – “suffered severe burns on her face, chest, hands, lungs, throat, nose and even her eyeballs” (Hartley-Parkinson; Metro.co.uk).

Jo Robinson suffered burns across her body after she used camping oil instead of paraffin (Picture: Cascade News)

Jo pictured before the accident which happened while she was judging a pole-dancing competition in Chicago (Picture: Cascade News)

FROM JOHN JEFFAY AT CASCADE NEWS LTD 0161 660 8087 / 07771 957773 john@cascadenews.co.uk / www.cascadenews.co.uk
Syndicated for Sunday World, Ireland
with pix Jo in display before the accident
A FIRE-BREATHER suffered horrific injuries when an impromptu demo went catastrophically wrong.
Jo Robinson suffered severe burns on her face, chest, hands, lungs, throat nose and even her EYEBALLS.
She took a mouthful of camping oil, instead of paraffin, which ignited on her body, rather than away from it.

 

Jo is expected to make a full recovery from her burns but faces a medical bill of $24,000 (Picture: Cascade)

The accident occurred when she was attempting to demonstrate fire breathing for friends and used camping oil instead of paraffin.

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Ref Site: www.metro.co.uk

Date released: 14 August 2017

 

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