Irish Grin Kelly was left without a front seat for more than two years due to a traffic accident in Australia
Gran Kelly, who lost her forehead in a traffic accident, warns against bad posture in the car
This Irish woman’s feet were on the dashboard when the vehicle she was in crashed into a wall
Since the horrific crash in Australia in December 2006, Kelly has already had 16 surgeries
Grain Kelly, There’s a 39-year-old Irish woman who is still very aware of the awful traffic accident Which he suffered during his visit to Australia in December 2006. Kelly was in the passenger seat when she decided to put her feet up on the vehicle’s dashboard to make herself more comfortable.
At that time, the car in which he was traveling, which was traveling at a speed of less than 50 kilometers per hour, lost control as it passed over an area of snow and crashed into a wall. The airbag pushed Kelly’s knees to his head, breakings his bones and facial, and leaving him faceless for more than two years. On the other hand, a few years back, a driver in the US died when a tanairbag exploded while driving.
Grainne Kelly has had over 16 operations
“I had multiple facial fractures (my mom was told I broke all the bones in my face), a CSF leak (cerebrospinal fluid) out of my brain and I lost two teeth,” recalls Grene, who has now had 16 surgeries since the accident.
now this woman doesn’t get tired of warning people Repeatedly, through your profiles on social networks, about the consequences of sitting in the wrong posture in a vehicle. She still suffers the dire consequences almost 17 years later and insists that “not worth it”.
“I was with a very safe driver (her boyfriend), we had our seatbelts on and the radio wasn’t loud. I was one of those people who thought ‘this will never happen to me,'” she said. concluded.
Kelly has a ceramic front Italian which was transplanted on June 17, 2009.