Doctors should stop providing life-support treatment to a police officer who has been in a coma since July 2015, a judge has ruled.
Paul Briggs, 43, suffered a brain injury in a crash while he was working for Merseyside Police.
His wife Lindsey had told a Court of Protection treatment should be stopped “given his previously expressed wishes” and he should be allowed to die.
Doctors at the Walton Centre had opposed the withdrawal of treatment.
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Source:: BBC UK