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.
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