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Dancing On Ice professional skater Yebin Mok has thanked the NHS for their care after her horrific skating injury.
The skating partner of Graham Bell was forced to drop out of this week's premiere after suffering a nasty laceration to her shin during rehearsals.
However, she has now received medical care and is on the mend.
The professional skater shared a selfie of herself in a bed at Watford Hospital with a cast and bindings on her injured left leg.
Yebin penned beside the photo: "# NHS appreciation post!!!
"Just massive thank you the staff of Watford hospital!Doctors, surgeons, nurses, scrub nurses, operating team, anesthetists, urgent care, recovery care."
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She continued: "They were all so kind, so caring and looked after me so well on my overnight on Monday. [prayer hands emojis] They truly are heroes!
"So grateful for the care I received. And my leg is feeling so much better already thanks to them [heart emojis]"
She added: "Had a glimpse of what @drtom_onice and all of our dr. Family members and friends who works in NHS might go through in their day. And I’m just thankful & proud. You guys are simply amazing [star emoji, applause emojis]
Yebin signed off: "We citizens are lucky to have you."
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In addition to the image, Yebin also shared a video where she spoke directly to the camera.
"I had to go to the hospital and get my leg checked out," she began before revealing that the medics at the hospital had cleaned her leg up and stitched it up.
She then proceeded to thank all of those involved in her treatement from doctors, nurses, anaesthesiologists, and after-care teams.
Yebin once again called them "wonderful" and "true NHS heroes".
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Graham previously revealed to The Mirror of her injury: "I fell when we were training on Monday, and Yebin my pro-dance partner fell onto the back of my skate.
"She was cut quite badly on the shin and needed an operation to clean and stitch up the wound.
"She spent Monday night in Watford hospital and was released yesterday, luckily there was no nerve or tendon damage."
Wishing Yebin a speedy recovery!
Graham will now make his debut in week two with professional skater Karina Manta.
Dancing On Ice premieres on Sunday at 6pm on ITV.
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