A British most cancers sufferer who went on vacation to have a good time ending chemotherapy has died after turning into stranded on an island within the Indian Ocean.

Jon Paul McAllister, 38, deteriorated quickly whereas travelling along with his fiance Craig Park as a consequence of a recurrence of his bowel most cancers situation.

The couple from Glasgow had visited South Africa, Madagascar and the Seychelles to mark the top of Mr McAllister’s therapy and their January engagement.

He was admitted to a medical facility on the French island Reunion and a flight dwelling was organized for Saturday however he grew to become too unwell to journey.

A JustGiving web page arrange for Mr McAllister introduced that he died along with his fiance by his facet.

The put up stated: “Jon Paul fought so laborious towards this terrible sickness for 9 lengthy months and now he is at peace.

“He was a legend that may reside on ceaselessly in our reminiscences and in our hearts.

Mr McAllister became stranded on Reunion island. File pic


Mr McAllister grew to become stranded on Reunion island. File pic

“We had been so near getting JP dwelling.

“A medical repatriation service had been organised to fly him dwelling on Saturday earlier than his well being quickly deteriorated. Sadly, this was a non-refundable price.

“Jon Paul and all his family members have been fully overwhelmed and touched by the generosity and help of everybody and can’t thanks all sufficient.

“We at the moment are doing every little thing we are able to to deliver JP dwelling for that Scottish send-off he deserves.

“Any additional donations to assist with this and the huge medical prices which have sadly been incurred, can be vastly appreciated by us all.”

Mr McAllister was first identified with stage 4 incurable bowel most cancers earlier this 12 months and launched into many months of intense chemotherapy.

The fundraiser had reached greater than £25,000 on Monday after his well being took a flip for the more serious and up to date scans revealed his most cancers had returned.

Their goal had been to succeed in £35,000 to fund abroad therapy and an air ambulance flight dwelling.

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