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Police officer Ella Cutler walks from hospital three months after horrific holiday fall in Croatia

Police officer Ella Cutler walks from hospital three months after horrific holiday fall in Croatia

A police officer critically injured in a catastrophic holiday fall in Europe three months ago has been seen, in an uplifting video, walking from hospital.

Ella Cutler’s body was shattered when she fell several metres from a wall in Croatia on August 26, with doctors telling family she had just a five per cent chance of survival.

WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: WA Police officer Ella Cutler has been pictured walking from hospital in Perth.

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The 25-year-old required around-the-clock care from doctors in Dubrovnik while she waited for an avenue home.

Her insurer knocked back funding to cover both medical costs and the popular detective constable’s flight home to Perth, because she had been drinking on the night she was injured.

Her devastated family launched a fundraiser to fill the enormous financial gap, with close to $530,000 in donations pouring in from across the country.

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The biggest-ever WA-based GoFundMe campaign was critical to her returning to WA in late September.

On Wednesday, WA Police shared vision of what many only dreamed of witnessing three months ago — Cutler smiling, talking and walking out of hospital.

Using crutches and supported by braces on her back and left leg, she was filmed leaving rehabilitation at Fiona Stanley Hospital before she expressed her appreciation to her thousands of supporters.

“Thank you so much for bringing me home. Your kindness is overwhelming,” Cutler said.

The officer told 7NEWS: “There are times when my body might hurt a little bit more than what it normally would but generally I’m OK.”

Cutler and her family met with WA Police Commissioner Col Blanch at police HQ on Tuesday and, incredibly, she is determined to return to the job she loves.

Injured WA Police officer Ella Cutler has walked free from hospital. Credit: WA PoliceCutler met with WA Police Commissioner Col Blanch on Tuesday. Credit: WA Police

Her extensive injury list included multiple fractures to her skull, spine, ribs and several limbs, and she also punctured both lungs in the fall.

“She will require many more months of care, multiple surgeries and months of physical rehabilitation before she is able to impact the world as she once did,” brother Josh said previously.

Family immediately raced to be by Cutler’s side in hospital in August, watching as her medical bills quickly mounted.

Their anxiety levels went through the roof when they realised they were on their own financially, with travel insurance fine print leaving her family with no choice but to ask strangers for help.

“We were told she had a five per cent chance of survival,” mother Nicole Cutler said in September.

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Cutler’s family was left with a bill for hundreds of thousands of dollars to get her home. Credit: 7NEWSCutler was rushed to hospital after almost plunging to her death at a popular photo spot on August 26. Credit: 7NEWS

“Then to hear the insurance company had let us down, we just went into complete and utter shock.

“I can’t even begin to explain what that was like. I had never anticipated that the insurance wouldn’t help us to bring her home.”

RAC WA sold the policy to the officer but another company called Tokio Marine handles and settles claims.

Cutler’s story was similar to that of a mother who suffered a major brain injury in a fall at a hotel in Thailand.

Kylee Enwright had to be medically evacuated back to Australia in June but the flight, which cost more than $200,000, was paid for by generous donors because her insurer excluded incidents involving alcohol.

Her husband Paul Enwright blasted the process to estimate her blood alcohol level of 0.37, which he disputes.

Kylee passed away surrounded by loved ones in August.

The Insurance Council says most travel policies will cover people under the influence of alcohol up to 0.19 per cent, just less than four times over the legal limit to drive.

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