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A year ago, Catrin Pugh could barely walk.
She suffered burns to more than 90% of her body in a coach crash whilst on a ski trip and medics weren't hopeful she'd survive.
But the 20 year old from Llandudno has astounded doctors with her miraculous recovery.
And she's even back on the slopes.
Ian Lang reports.
A Wrexham woman who suffered horrific burns in a coach crash in the French Alps is learning to ski again as part of her recovery.
Catrin Pugh, 20, was returning home after working as a ski instructor in the French Alps last year, when she was involved in a serious crash.
She was rescued, but suffered severe burns to 96 per cent of her body. Doctors gave Catrin a one in a thousand chance of survival and described her as a 'living miracle.'
Against all odds she's fought her way through her recovery and is now heading back to the slopes.
A woman from Wrexham who suffered 96 per cent burns in a coach crash in France has spoken to ITV News about her incredible survival. Catrin Pugh of Wrexham was given a one in a thousand chance of survival following the crash.
The family of the Wrexham ski worker Catrin Pugh who is in a French hospital recovering from a coach crash have thanked staff for their support.
The 19 year-old was returning home on Tuesday when the bus caught fire.
The Foreign Office has confirmed a woman named Catrin Pugh is injured in hospital in France and her family is being offered consular assistance.
The 19 year-old from Wrexham was returning home after working during the ski season in France.
More than 50 people were on the coach when it crashed and burst into flames near Alpe d'Huez on Tuesday.
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Catrin Pugh was severely burned in a coach crash in France last year - she was given just a 1:1000 chance of survival