Calamitous result for Lorraine, nation's most accident-prone woman
A BRIDE-TO-BE has been named Scotland's most accident-prone person, beating more than 100 other clumsy Scots to the title.
Lorraine Crozier, 35, from Motherwell, North Lanarkshire – nicknamed Calamity Crozier – has suffered more than 20 serious accidents as well as countless bumps, trips and falls.
Her injuries include a broken coccyx, ruptured knee ligaments, fractured elbow, chipped collar bone, dislocated shoulder, and four broken toes – despite the fact she once worked as a health and safety investigator.
She is so accident prone, on one occasion she damaged her shoulder walking into a lamppost on her way to the optician's .
But her luck finally changed after she was named Scotland's Most Accident Prone Person – collecting a 1,000 top prize.
Miss Crozier, who has a two-year-old daughter Hannah said: "I entered the competition as a bit of a joke to prove to my friends that something good could come of all of my accidents. I never believed I'd win.
Search for a job
Search for a car
Search for a house
Weather for Edinburgh
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 9 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 12 C to 20 C
Wind Speed: 8 mph
Wind direction: East