DJ Gareth O’Callaghan’s wife shares update after horrific Christmas accident

Radio presenter Gareth O’Callaghan has undergone two surgeries since suffering a “terrifying accident” last week.

Yesterday, Paula O’Callaghan said her husband will be hospitalized until Tet.

Ms O’Callaghan shared an update online last night and said her husband broke his finger while “bringing the trash out”.

In an online post, she explained that her husband was: “Bringing the crate out and it slipped.”

“Gareth’s fingers got caught on the handle.. His fingers are terrible and he’s had 2 surgeries since Saturday.. Please send positive emotions.”

On Wednesday, she shared the news that her husband had been hospitalized.

“My wonderful husband had a horrible accident last week, he’s been hospitalized ever since and will be there until the new year,” she said.

Ms O’Callaghan added that she is donating blood to help others in need.

She said: “Today, I am giving away my 35th liter of blood because giving is so important.

Mr O’Callaghan is a popular presenter with Classic Hits FM. He is living with multiple system atrophy – a progressive neurodegenerative disorder, recognizable by symptoms that affect parts of the nervous system that control involuntary actions.

Last year, the broadcaster and writer opened up about the condition. He told Ireland AM on Virgin Media One that the disease progressed until “you really can’t do anything”.

“If you can imagine everything you do every day, you are slowly losing the ability to do it,” he said at the time.

“It progresses until you’re literally incapable of doing anything.”

Last year, Mr. O’Callaghan explained that he turned to Japanese therapy to prolong his health.

He revealed that he feels nauseous at night but is taking medication to remedy this.

“Because there is nothing you can do about this disease, there is absolutely nothing that can prevent or cure it. I was looking for some new treatments,” he said.

“We stumbled across a hydrogen treatment in Japan. This is a first-line medical treatment where you inhale molecular hydrogen through a catheter and I do it most nights,” he added.

“It’s very easy to give up and I think if you give up, really the only person you’re letting down, other than your closest and loved ones, is yourself.” DJ Gareth O’Callaghan’s wife shares update after horrific Christmas accident

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