Wayne Allum was injured in an alleged attack at the Peak Pub on Friday. Photo: ABC News
Wayne Allum was injured in an alleged attack at the Peak Pub on Friday. Photo: ABC News

Father of three stable after alleged pub attack

UPDATE: FATHER of three Wayne Allum is now stable after being in a critical condition since Friday.

The Peak Crossing farmer, who sells fruit and vegetables at his roadside stall on Ipswich Boonah Rd, was placed in an induced coma after suffering head injuries on Friday night.

A Princess Alexandra Hospital spokesperson said his condition was declared stable this morning.

A 47-year-old Peak Crossing man has been charged with one count of grievous bodily harm and is due to appear in the Ipswich Magistrates Court on April 6.

TUESDAY: PEAK Crossing farmer Wayne Allum remains in a critical condition but stable at the Princess Alexandra Hospital after an alleged attack at Peak Pub.

The 51-year-old father of three is still undergoing treatment in intensive care today and was placed in an induced coma after he suffered head injuries at the country pub on Friday night.

His mother, who visits Wayne every day in hospital, spoke yesterday about the incident.

"I heard the ambulance go past our house at 9.17pm and I was immediately worried," she told the QT.

A 47-year-old Peak Crossing man has been charged with one count of grievous bodily harm.

MONDAY: THE identity of a man who suffered a fractures skull after allegedly being punched in the head at Peak Pub has been revealed.

Wayne Allum was taken to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane after the incident on Friday night in a serious but stable condition.

The 51-year-old father of three, who sells fruit and vegetables on his roadside stall on Ipswich Boonah Rd, is now in a critical condition in intensive care.

His mother spoke with the QT today, pleading for information from the public.

"We don't know what happened and want to find out," she said.

The man Wayne was with on Friday night told his mother he left before her son.

"Wayne told him he was going to leave after the football and it must have happened shortly after that," she said.

"I heard the ambulance go past our house at 9.17pm and I was immediately worried.

"Now he is in an induced coma in a serious but stable condition."

"We are going down every day to see him."

A 47-year-old Peak Crossing man has been charged with one count of grievous bodily harm.


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