Surgery after car ac­ci­dent

Isis Town and Country - - News -

DEB­BIE Wil­liamson-Gle­ich is count­ing her bless­ings after a hor­ror sin­gle-ve­hi­cle crash on Good­wood Rd on Satur­day night.

The crash landed Mrs Wil­liamson-Gle­ich and her daugh­ter in hos­pi­tal, while two grand­chil­dren were air­lifted to Bris­bane.

Mrs Wil­liamson-Gle­ich, who pro­duces Childers Chitchat and runs Ap­ple Tree Creek’s monthly mar­kets, has al­ready been through one surgery and is set for more on Fri­day.

“I could be bet­ter,” Mrs Wil­liamson-Gle­ich said yes­ter­day.

She said she and her fam­ily had at­tended a 21st birth­day at The Waves Sports Club and left the venue at 10.30pm.

“It wasn’t any­thing to do with al­co­hol,” she said.

“The only thing I can think of is I fell asleep.”

Mrs Wil­liamson-Gle­ich said next month’s Chitchat may be shelved but she would try to get some­thing or­gan­ised.

She was much more con­cerned with the Ap­ple Tree Creek mar­kets how­ever, which are next sched­uled to be held on Novem­ber 8.

“I can’t use my hands so it makes it pretty dif­fi­cult. Hope­fully I’ll be able to get some­thing sorted out,” she said.

“I re­ally don’t want to lose our mo­men­tum with the mar­kets.

“Hope­fully ev­ery­one can get out there and support the stall­hold­ers.”

PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT

IN­JURED: Deb­bie and Trevor Wil­liamson-Gle­ich.

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