Tongan RSE worker in coma in Australia, family plead for prayers

A Tongan RSE worker was in a coma and fighting for his life today Monday 1 at Brisbane’s Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital after he was sick.

Sione Vakameilalo Fifita of Kolovai was in Brisbane as a Recognised Seasonal Employer worker.

We cannot be able to confirm the details of his medical and health conditions from the hospital.

A spokesperson for the family, Kennedy Tau said: “He was sick and ended up in comma”,

“Please pray for Sione Vakameilalo Fifita”, he wrote on Facebook.

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