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A relative of a New Zealand woman who reportedly severed her hand during a sex romp on a yacht in Croatia has cast doubts on the circumstances of the accident. Amy Ramage, 28, was on a two-week yachting holiday in Palmizana Marina, near the island of Hvar when she is said to have struck up a romance with an English tourist. It has been claimed Ms Ramage severed her hand on the jagged edge of a hand basin after it broke while the pair was having sex. But family member said Ms Ramage "would never put herself in that sort of a predicament''.
I've known her all her life and she has strong principles I just can't believe it. It doesn't sound like Amy at all,'' she told Fairfax Media. Croatian authorities were still searching for the Englishman, who reportedly fled after the accident, the woman said. Ms Ramage was rushed to hospital, where surgeons spent more than six hours working to re-attach her hand.
I really think they have just got it all wrong. This week police spokeswoman Marina Kraljevic Gudelj said police wanted to speak to the man who was with Ms Ramage so they could "clarify all the circumstances in this case". Asked whether there was any truth to a suggestion that the pair had broken into the yacht, Ms Kraljevic Gudelj said she could not say. But she did confirm that the pair had earlier been on board another yacht, called Vaska, before being found on the yacht Anete, where the incident happened.
Meanwhile, doctors at KB Split Hospital, where Ms Ramage is being treated, said yesterday that she was recovering well. It was feared the graphic designer would lose her hand, but surgeons managed to save it during an operation that lasted six hours.
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