A road accident has left a family with a fractured spine and broken legs.
A woman and her four-year-old son are recovering at hospital in Cork after the accident on March 23, while a second woman suffered injuries.
“The road I’m travelling on is a one way highway. “
I’ve got a broken spine and my son has fractured legs. “
The road I’m travelling on is a one way highway.
I want to go home.” “
This is my life.
I want to go home.”
Her husband, who works as a taxi driver, added: “The family needs to have their privacy taken away so that they can recover.
The woman and the children have been at the hospital since the accident.
Her injuries were described as “catastrophic” and described as serious.
She was initially treated in hospital and later transferred to Cork University Hospital.
Mr Breen, the father of the woman and child, said she was a very close person to her.
He said: “She is the kind of person who doesn’t have any regrets, who doesn’s not worried about what happened.
“If I’m making the right turn she’ll go up and give me a thumbs up or a thumbs down.””
The incident has raised fears that the road may be a dangerous one for drivers. “
If I’m making the right turn she’ll go up and give me a thumbs up or a thumbs down.”
The incident has raised fears that the road may be a dangerous one for drivers.
An expert has been sent to assess the road and roadworks are being carried out to try to prevent it becoming a more dangerous road.