Lund transferred to Miami hospital

RE/MAX real estate owner Kim Lund, who suffered spinal injuries in a fall over the weekend, was transferred to Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami early Wednesday.

Mr. Lund, 59, underwent surgery in Cayman following the accident that occurred early Saturday at his Britannia home.

The Lund family, in a statement issued Wednesday, said, “Jackson Memorial Hospital is an excellent rehabilitation facility and we are pleased Kim is receiving such excellent treatment and care.”

According to the statement, Mr. Lund and his wife Ashleigh “are in good spirits and feel positive about the next steps in Mr. Lund’s recovery.”

Business partner James Bovell said in the statement, “Everyone at RE/MAX Cayman Islands is praying for Kim and we anticipate news of his progress in due course. Kim is a resilient man and we look forward to his return.”

The Lunds also thanked everyone for their prayers, best wishes and encouragement.

According to police reports, Mr. Lund had been on the roof or balcony of his property attempting to gain entry to his home when he fell shortly before 6 a.m. Saturday.

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