A woman has had an emotional reunion with the paramedic who saved her unborn baby after a head-on car crash.
Amy Louise Appleyard, who was six-months pregnant at the time, was driving to work for her last shift before she took maternity leave when the incident happened near Darlington, on August 9th, 2014.
Last week she met Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) paramedic Andy Mawson, who was on board the aircraft at the time.
Amy, 23, who has recently moved to Hull from Darlington, had nearly arrived at the Raby Hunt Inn in Summerhouses, when the collision occurred and her car spun around.
The GNAAS crew assessed and treated Amy before she was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.
She arrived after just seven minutes and it was found she had only suffered minor injuries.
Amy, whose daughter Eva-Rose is now eight months, has said:
Paramedic Andy Mawson has said, “It is always a huge concern when a pregnant lady is involved in an incident so it was a great relief to hear that they were both fine.
"It’s been absolutely fantastic to see them again today and it was a privilege to meet baby Eva. I wish them all the best in the future.”