Steve ‘Slippery’ Morris a very lucky man, says cafe owner who saved his life

The man praised for helping save the life of Steve ‘Slippery’ Morris said the former NSW and Kangaroos representative was “lucky he was in the right place at the right time”.

Cameron Thomas, the owner of Central Perk Cafe in Kiama, was the first on the scene to treat Morris and called 000 after he suffered a stroke.

Morris, 66, was not even aware his face had dropped and he had been paralysed down the left side of his body. He later underwent emergency brain surgery.

Thomas, a former…

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