Australian woman stabbed up to six times in violent Bali bag snatch
An Indonesian man is behind bars after allegedly attempting to snatch the bag of an Australian woman in Bali.Rosse Leal needed surgery for deep wounds to her shoulder, arm and both hands, some of the gashes defence wounds from fighting back, but she's now out of hospital.
An Australian woman is in intensive care after a violent bag snatch in Bali . Emma Bell was walking alone in tourist hotspot Canggu when a motorcyclist drove up Friends are now rallying to cover the " beautiful soul 's" hospital expenses and medivac back to Australia for desperately needed surgery .
Australian woman, 29, fighting for life after she was dragged for several metres when thieves snatched her bag as they rode past on a motorcycle in Bali . The fundraiser is also hoping Ms Bell will have enough money to be flown home to Australia where she is to undergo surgery .
An Australian woman who was critically injured in a violent Bali bag snatch has undergone surgery at a Perth hospital after being flown in from Indonesia.
Emma Bell was walking alone in tourist hotspot Canggu when a motorcyclist drove up beside her and grabbed her bag.
The 25-year-old from Byron Bay hit the ground head first and was dragged for several metres before blacking out.
"She couldn't really remember much," friend Josh Sleep told 9News.
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"She's got broken cheek bones and bleeding on the brain which doesn't seem very positive.
"But she's got a good support crew here and a lot of loving friends around her and hopefully she can pull through."
The hairdresser spent several days in a Bali hospital in intensive care before being flown in to Perth on Saturday night.
Friends are now rallying to cover the "beautiful soul's" hospital expenses and medivac back to Australia for desperately needed surgery.
"She recently moved to Bali as she was sponsored to do her all-time love of hairdressing at an amazing salon," friend Emi Thompson said.
"She had it all sorted and has been living the dream.
"We just want her to recover the best she can so she can be healthy again. It's oh so scary. We are all in utter shock."
She is now recovering in Royal Perth Hospital in a serious but stable condition.
The real reason behind Australian woman's horrifying Bali fall: Friend raising money for injured woman reveals mugging story was untrue as she sets the record straight .
A friend of a terribly injured Australian woman has apologised on crowdfunding site GoFundMe, saying part of the story she told to raise money was incorrect. Byron Bay hairdresser Emma Bell, 25, was horrifically injured when she fell off a scooter in Bali without a helmet on earlier this month. She was found unconscious in the gutter and taken to a small clinic before being transferred to the Bali International Medical Centre. Her friend, Emi Thompson, immediately set up a fundraising page on crowdfunding website GoFundMe to raise money for Ms Bell's medical treatment and evacuation.