Alton Towers Rollercoaster pile-up plant Vicky Balch ‘sent Alton Towers print …

July 12, 2015 - photo frame

Rollercoaster pile-up plant Vicky Balch has been sent an Alton Towers-branded print support as a present.

The 20-year-old, who had to have her right leg amputated as a outcome of a horrific injuries she suffered, tweeted a design of several gifts she perceived on Friday.

One appears to be a framed design of her favourite thespian Olly Murs from a new opening during live during Alton Towers.

The thesis park’s trademark is manifest in a bottom left.

In a chatter message, Vicky, who has perceived a box of chocolates, pronounced appreciate we for her “lovely presents”.

It is not transparent who sent Vicky a Alton Towers print frame.

However, she has formerly perceived a good fitness chatter from her cocktail statue Olly Murs and Celebrity Juice horde Leigh Francis.

Olly wrote: “Hey @vickyj_b Thinking of we darlin! So contemptible to hear about your leg… Good fitness with a operation!!

“Stay clever chick x.”

Vicky, from Leyland, Lancashire, is now accepted to be recuperating from a operation during Royal Stoke University Hospital in Stoke following a intolerable pile-up on The Smiler.

Vicky Balch
Horror: Vicky had to have her leg amputated as a outcome of her injuries

She was during a park with beloved Daniel Thorpe, 27, when they were dual of a 4 people on a front of a float when it crashed into an dull carriage.

Leah Washington, 17, has also had her leg amputated above a knee after travelling alongside Vicky on a front row.





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Vicky, a University of Derby student, had formerly described a impulse a horrific pile-up took place.

She told a BBC: “It felt like delayed motion. We banged into a automobile in front.

“I felt a bars go into my knees. We changed retrograde and a automobile went into us again. we upheld out.

“I was awoken by Dan cheering my name.”

“Everyone was screaming and we was in agonizing pain. we looked down and we could see blood all over. The bars were in my right knee.”

Merlin Entertainment has done an initial payout to victims to account their reconstruction and has settled it was a initial collision in a company’s history.

Joe Pugh, 18, from Barnsley, also cracked his knee in a collision, while Daniel, a hotel partner manager from Buxton, Derbyshire, was treated for a collapsed lung and fractured leg.

A fifth victim, Chandaben Chauhan, 49, of Wednesbury, West Midlands, was certified to sanatorium with inner injuries.

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