Catrin Pugh suffered 96 per cent burns when she was in a coach crash in France.
She spent three months in a medically induced coma and was only given a one in a thousand chance of survival.
But ground breaking surgery at Whiston Hospital on Merseyside helped her beat those odds.
Catrin and her consultant Ian James spoke about the crash and her treatment...
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