A BRITISH skier combating for all times after an avalanche had dodged demise in a earlier accident.
Charlotte Elmore, 31, suffered critical head and again accidents when swept down a mountain within the Italian Alps final week.
In 2011 she survived a near-fatal head damage on the slopes in Mayrhofen, Austria, and spent six weeks in a coma.
After that accident Charlotte, from Leighton Buzzard, Beds, instructed The Solar: “I had lain in a coma, hovering between life and demise, with my household gathered spherical my mattress.
âThe violence of my head damage resulted in a really critical stroke, a haematoma on the mind, which put me right into a coma.
“Once I awakened and noticed my household, my first thought was, “What number of years has it been?”
Poignantly she added:”You always remember what occurred to you and the worry of the accident, but it additionally makes you extremely appreciative of every part in life, from work to household and pals.â
She went on: “One among my earliest questions was, ‘Will I have the ability to snowboard?’ My biggest worry was that I would by no means get on the slopes once more.â
Yesterday a pal stated: âShe needed to discover ways to stroll, speak and do day-to-day issues once more.
“Itâs terrible this has occurred to her once more.â
Charlotte is in hospital in Aosta.
Police suspect she and her companion triggered the avalanche whereas snowboarding off-piste in Pila.
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