A woman from Bath who was left seriously injured after a hit and run when she was just nine-years-old is pleading with drivers to be safer on the roads.
On average six people are killed or seriously injured on roads in the West Country every day.
Imogen Cauthery says her life has been ruined after she was hit by a car in 1996.
Imogen has a childhood scrapbook - but it's not like other people's. It's full of get well cards and hospital photos - a record of an accident in 1996 which has never left her.
Although Imogen's life was saved, the consequences of the accident have affected her ever since.
The now 32-year-old has uncontrolled epilepsy - which means she has an "unacceptable quantity" of seizures, despite reasonable treatment.
Imogen has undergone brain surgery and tried dozens of medications, but cannot alleviate herself of the seizures.
The driver who hit Imogen was eventually tracked down and lost his licence. But he has never apologised.
While we were filming Imogen had another epileptic seizure.
- You can watch Caron Bell's full report below: