Man With Bionic Hand

Michael Swainger has become the first in the UK to be fitted with a bionic hand on the NHS after losing his arm in a train accident. Michael was just 13 when he lost his right arm and leg after being hit by a train as he played with friends near a railway track in east Hull in 1992. Michael has been picked as the first person to receive the UK’s most advanced medical technology.

Michael Swainger has become the first in the UK to be fitted with a bionic hand on the NHS after losing his arm in a train accident. Michael was just 13 when he lost his right arm and leg after being hit by a train as he played with friends near a railway track in east Hull in 1992. Michael has been picked as the first person to receive the UK's most advanced medical technology.

Michael Swainger has become the first in the UK to be fitted with a bionic hand on the NHS after losing his arm in a train accident. Michael was just 13 when he lost his right arm and leg after being hit by a train as he played with friends near a railway track in east Hull in 1992. Michael has been picked as the first person to receive the UK's most advanced medical technology.

Michael Swainger has become the first in the UK to be fitted with a bionic hand on the NHS after losing his arm in a train accident. Michael was just 13 when he lost his right arm and leg after being hit by a train as he played with friends near a railway track in east Hull in 1992. Michael has been picked as the first person to receive the UK's most advanced medical technology.

Michael Swainger has become the first in the UK to be fitted with a bionic hand on the NHS after losing his arm in a train accident. Michael was just 13 when he lost his right arm and leg after being hit by a train as he played with friends near a railway track in east Hull in 1992. Michael has been picked as the first person to receive the UK's most advanced medical technology.