Leah Washington and Joe Pugh presented a cheque to say thank you to their rescuers.
Vicky Balch, who lost a leg in the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash, says the decision to reopen the Smiler this weekend is “inappropriate".
Vicky Balch, 20, told ITV News she knew she was losing too much blood and "didn't think she would ever get out".
A victim of the Alton Towers roller coaster crash who lost her leg has spoken of her determination to learn to walk again.
Alton Towers has denied rumours that the Smiler ride will soon reopen.
Hundreds of sheep have been branded with strange smiley faces as part of Alton Towers' stunt to reveal the name of its new rollercoaster.
'The Smiler' will be the length of ten football fields, featue 30-metre drops and will travel up to 85km per hour.
The new ride is said to create 200 new jobs.
Ros Turner, a farmer from Melton Mowbray said: “Everyone loves a mystery and it was great to be involved in the hoax. It made a nice change from milking cows and ploughing fields!”