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Survivor of Falmouth crash remains in serious condition

The sole survivor of  Sunday's two vehicle collision which claimed four lives on the Falmouth Bypass, remains in hospital in serious condition.
 
The family of  Anika Walters, 39,  a mother of  six, is trying to raise funds to fly her back to Canada.
 
The vehicle in which Ms Walters was a passenger collided with a tour bus, leaving her with two broken legs, a fractured skull, concussion among other injuries.
 
Walters' family says the four people who died, were her close friends and were accompanying her to the airport.
 
Two persons in the tour bus were injured.They were treated and released from hospital.
 
CBC in Canada reports that Walters and her family, including her children, came to Jamaica for the Christmas holidays.
 
While the rest of  the family returned at the beginning of  the month, Ms Walters stayed for a few extra weeks.


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