Sons speak after mum's horror crash

THE SONS of a woman who was seriously injured in a road crash in north Essex have paid tribute to the work of ambulance and hospital staff.

THE SONS of a woman who was seriously injured in a road crash in north Essex have paid tribute to the work of ambulance and hospital staff.

Lyn Salter was a pedestrian in Church Road, Gosfield, when she was struck by a Ford Sierra after it had been in collision with another car at around 9am on Wednesday, September 22.

The 56-year-old was airlifted to the Royal London Hospital, where she is currently in a serious, but stable condition. She is expected to remain there for several weeks.

In a joint statement, 28-year-old David Salter from Brentwood and 34-year-old Steven Salter from Halstead, said: “There is still a long way to go, but mum is making good progress.


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“We would like to thank the ambulance staff for their help on the day, in particular the air ambulance, and all the medical staff at The Royal London hospital who have been involved in mum's treatment.

“We would also like to thank Essex Police for their help and ongoing assistance. We would also like to thank all the local residents and many well-wishers who have shown so much concern for her.”

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A 26-year-old man from Halstead and a 23-year-old man from Braintree are currently on police bail until Monday, November 30 after being arrested in connection with the crash.

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