Radio star rushed to hospital after suffering brain haemorrhage | The Sun

RADIO star DJ Declan Pierce was rushed to hospital after suffering a brain haemorrhage.

The Today FM presenter, 40, revealed today that he spent eight days in Beaumont Hospital where he received treatment.

Luckily Dec, who hosts Block Rockin' Beats, told fans that he had made a full recovery and has since returned home.

He opened up about the terrifying ordeal and said that he was "blessed beyond words" to be alive.

The doting father shared a heartwarming black and white photo as he hugged his young daughter.

He wrote alongside the image: "On Tuesday I got home after eight days in hospital following a brain haemorrhage.


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"I'm making an incredible full recovery, I'm blessed beyond words.

"Massive love to my wife, my family, friends and colleagues at Today FM for unending support.

"I can't thank the team at Beaumont Hospital enough (Jack, Aoife, Deirdre especially).

"Also the paramedics at Dublin Fire Brigade."

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Last week he told fans that he was taking a social media break for "personal reasons" but did not elaborate.

At the time he wrote: "I won’t be around this weekend on TodayFM but the show goes on and it’s loaded with massive tunes!

"I’ll be offline for a few days for personal reasons and because we always chat on here I wanted to let u know. Sending love and positivity. Chat soon."

He has since been inundated with kind messages of support from his friends and fans.

One wrote: "I'm glad you’re still here Declan, my beautiful boy.

The radio star replied: "I ain’t going nowhere until I put on a decent performance in goals, I need to redeem some credibility following my last outing."

While Dublin Fire Brigade commented: "Thanks for the message Dec and hope the recovery continues to go well," to which Declan said: "I will never be able to thank u enough."

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