Blind man ‘reliving life all over again’
PAUL BAYNE went from being a working conductor with sight to being unemployed and blind.
“I never thought that this would have happened!” he cried.
For Bayne, whose family has a known history of diabetes, the last thing he would have thought was that the “silent killer” would take his sight back in 2005.
Bayne, a 42-year-old former minibus conductor, father of six, with two grandsons, the difficulties started when he went to take his car to the mechanic.
Later in the night as he worked, he realised that he was not seeing the headlights of the minibus clearly.
Fearing that something could be wrong . . . .
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