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'He would never get himself back..' mum's heartbreak after 'brave' son found dead six years after horrific axe attack

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A 'brave' and 'inspirational' axe attack survivor was found dead six years after a brutal assault that 'completely changed his life.' Cameron Brooksbank, 24, known by his loved ones as Cam, was tragically pronounced dead after being found unresponsive at an address in Middleton on June 18 of last year.

He was found to have a mix of both prescription drugs and cocaine in his system at the time of his death, but a coroner has concluded he did not intend to take his own life.

Cameron was just 17 when he was attacked in the street in Rochdale in October 2017. An inquest into his death at Rochdale Coroner’s Court today (May 15) heard he was 'devastated' by the attack and 'never' got over it. READ MORE: Teen boys were 'lying' in trial of teacher accused of having sex with pupils, defence claim At the time of the attack, Cameron was working as a tree surgeon when he intervened in a road rage incident, attempting to restore peace.

He was struck by an axe in the armpit, and then on the wrist as he tried to shield his head from another blow. His hand was partially reattached, but he then required a further five surgeries in the two years since the attack just to maintain 60 percent use of his arm.

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