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Written by Aaron Brigatti  
Saturday, 17 November 2007

Well talk about a close call. After enjoying the bonfire night celebrations and paying for the first time to enter a bonfire site (Cliffe), we witnessed what appeared to be a very bad and unlucky incident.

During the final stages of the bonfire site celebration, the effigies were blown up.  All seemed well, until we saw towards our right blood gushing down a ladies face - following a head-wound.  Moments prior to this we noticed a shard of wood with nails flying through the air and landing near by, what we didn't notice was that it hit this lady on the face!

Having now read some press reports, the woman had suffered what was reported to be 'life-threatening' injuries due the incident.  Here's the report:

"A woman suffered a life threatening injury in an horrific accident at the Cliffe Bonfire site in Lewes.

At around midnight the woman, aged in her 20s, was hit by a piece of wood, believed to be bonfire debris .

She suffered serious head injuries. Police said a nail was sticking out of the wood.

The woman was rushed to the Royal Sussex County Hospital were she was treated for a suspected fractured skull.

She was later transferred to the Hurstwood Park Neurological Centre for further treatment.

Her injuries were described as life-threatening.
At 3pm today (Tuesday) a spokesman for Hurstwood Park described her condition as stable.

The Sussex Express contacted the Cliffe Bonfire Society but its secretary declined to comment."

Source: Sussex Express, 6 Nov 2007

Shocking - more so as it could have been us.  I wish the lady a full and speedy recovery!



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