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Crash woman praised Warrington Hospital
6:00am Wednesday 4th September 2013 in News
A WOOLSTON woman has been praising staff at Warrington Hospital after she was involved in a car crash in Glazebrook.
Fiona Kay, aged 25, is now back home after breaking her leg and breaking and dislocating her wrist during the incident on Glazebrook Lane last month but says she cannot thank the hospital and emergency services enough.
The Better Bathrooms customer services employee added: “I thought I was going to die, it happened so fast.
“I can remember hearing the noise of the metal crunching which was a horrible sound and when I came to my first reaction was to call my mum.
“My wrist looked really ugly but I didn’t feel much pain at first because of the shock.
“I didn’t realise my leg was broken at first because I couldn’t feel anything but after an x-ray doctors told me.
“The main thing going through my mind was at least we’re all alive and the damage to the car is only a piece of metal.”
Fiona was travelling home to Woolston from work when the accident occurred and has been told a driver of another vehicle involved had broken his jaw.
She had to have a plate put in her dislocated wrist during her four-day stay in hospital but despite the pain she said nurses managed to keep her laughing on ward A9.
Fiona added: “Considering what had happened to me I had such a laugh on the ward and I can’t praise them all enough.
“They were so attentive and I really want to thank them.”
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