Injured Couple Raise Money For Tunisia Hospital

30 July 2015, 13:32 | Updated: 30 July 2015, 13:43

A husband and wife from Norfolk injured in the Tunisia beach massacre last month have started crowdfunding campaign for the hospital where they were treated.

Tony and Chris Callaghan, from North Walsham, were on holiday at the Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse on the 26th June when a gunman opened fire.

They were among 39 people injured. 38 others were killed.

The couple were both shot in the leg and treated at the Sahloul University Hospital. They have now decided to try to raise £1000 as a thank you for the care the received. 

You can find the appeal here.

Below you can hear from Tony on his experience and exactly why he started the campaign: