The horrific injuries suffered by a rugby star who fell from a car park in Ibiza Airport have been revealed.

Jansin Turgut remains on a life support machine with "broken hips, legs, knees and arms", his devastated mum said.

The 23-year-old plunged from the third floor of the car park on Monday morning and was rushed to hospital.

Now he remains a life support machine as doctors try to address a horrific catalogue of injuries.

His grief-stricken mum Carole Butler told Hull Live today Turgut has had a gruelling 10-hour operation.

But somehow initial tests have indicated there is no major brain damage.

"He’s had severe fractures in every bone in his face. He has broken hips, broken legs, broken knees, broken arm and broken hands, so it’s really not very good.

"I’m going to tell everyone how it is, I am not going to dress it down," an emotional Mrs Butler said, speaking from the hospital on the Balearic island.

"He’s on a life support machine, but the good news is, miraculously, they don’t think at this moment he has brain damage.

"He had a CT scan this afternoon and we will know the results of that tomorrow.

"He had a 10 hour surgery on his face and his legs yesterday and he has a lot more surgeries to go.

"I’m not sugar coating it because people should know the truth, we just don’t know how this will go. He’s more stable now than he was yesterday and that’s as much as we know for now."

Mrs Butler flew into Ibiza this morning, supported by her husband, Turgut’s sister and his girlfriend, with the family waiting anxiously for further news.

To add further trauma at this difficult time, Turgut’s father has had to remain in England, unable to fly as he undertakes a course of kidney dialysis.

Ms Butler, from Hull, added: "His dad is absolutely devastated of course.

"He cannot be here and he’s at home worried and we have to keep calling him at home. It’s awful for him being at home."

Turgut had travelled to Ibiza for a holiday with a friend having been released earlier this month from Salford Red Devils .

The general public – including many rugby fans – have donated more than £2,000 on various fundraising sites to help the former England academy captain get the right care.

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