‘Not worth it’: Woman’s warning to Kiwi passengers after losing forehead in crash
A passenger who suffered horrific life-changing injuries in a minor car crash has warned Kiwis to learn from her mistakes after she sat in a dangerous yet common position.
Irish woman Grainne Kealy had her feet on the dashboard when the vehicle she was in, which was travelling at less than 50km/h, lost control going over black ice and crashed into a wall.
The airbag propelled Kealy’s knees into her head, breaking nearly every bone in her face and leaving her without a forehead for two years.
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NZ Herald: Heath Moore, September 17, 2020