Surgery after car accident
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.”
INJURED: Debbie and Trevor Williamson-Gleich.