Sydney woman ‘will never walk again’ after she was allegedly shot by bullets fired through the ceiling by her boyfriend while she slept in bed leaving her spine, spleen and liver severed
- Georgina Vlahos, 37, was allegedly shot by her boyfriend Kamal Eljamal
- Bullets hit her spinal cord with her spleen and liver severed in the shooting
- Dramatic footage shows her being left outside a hospital
A Sydney woman has been told she’ll ‘never walk again’ after being shot in the spine while she slept.
Georgina Vlahos, 37, was allegedly shot by her boyfriend Kamal Eljamal, 32, while lying in bed.
Eljamal fired multiple bullets through a ceiling and into her bedroom before he dumped her outside a hospital and fled, police allege.
Dramatic CCTV footage released by police shows the moment Ms Vlahos was left at the hospital.
Georgina Vlahos, 37, was allegedly shot by her boyfriend Kamal Eljamal, 32, while lying in bed
She will need specialist care for the rest of her life, and will likely never walk again, police say.
Bullets hit her spinal cord with her spleen and liver severed in the shooting, according to a police fact sheet.
Police will allege she was sleeping at her Bankstown home on January 12 when her boyfriend shot multiple rounds through the ceiling of the double garage, with bullets penetrating the floor and mattress before hitting her.
Eljamal then bundled her into a car and dropped her outside an ambulance bay at Bankstown Hospital before yelling at paramedics and fleeing the scene, police will further allege.
Kamal Eljamal, 32, was arrested by heavily armed officers at a Picnic Point home last Friday nad will face Bankstown Local Court on Wednesday
The man rushed into the ambulance bay of Bankstown Hospital to drop off the woman
He then allegedly returned to her home and put a doona, pillow and bloodstained bedsheets into bags as well as removing CCTV and his personal belongings from her home.
Seven bullet holes were found throughout the property, with three in the garage.
Two of the bullet holes had been filled with an unknown filler in an attempt to cover the gunshot hole, police allege.
Police are seen at Bankstown Hospital as they track down the man who dropped off a woman to hospital with gunshot wounds last month
Eljamal was arrested by heavily armed officers at a Picnic Point home last Friday nad will face Bankstown Local Court on Wednesday.
He has been charged with discharging a firearm with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. Police have applied for an apprehended violence order on behalf.
Ms Vlahos has declined to speak to police and remains in hospital.
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