A teen is said to be in a "dream-like state" after suffering a head injury in a devastating car crash.
Dayna Wood, 19, from Cleethorpes, suffered a serious brain injury which left her in a coma following the collision in Lincolnshire on February 2.
She was driving on the A157 in Market Rasen when her Fiat 500 hit a Volvo and a van at the junction with the B1225.
Her heartbroken family now believe her injuries may prove irreversible, Grimbsy Live report.
Providing an update on Dayna's progress, dad Paul wrote on Facebook: “Dayna is not in a coma anymore but has brain stem trauma, so although she can show us her thumb and cross her fingers, she hasn’t woken up and is in a dream state.
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“We have been told it could be many months and any damage that has already been caused will be irreversible. Thank you for your concern and messages.”
Meanwhile her boyfriend, Ben Kirman has urged her to “keep fighting”.
Others have been sharing their well-wishes towards the Woods family, saying “our thoughts and prayers are with you. Stay strong, she’s a fighter.”
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Lincolnshire Police are still investigating the case.
The driver and passenger of the van and the driver of the Volvo received minor injuries and Lincolnshire Police are still appealing for witnesses to come forward.
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In an update a spokesperson said: “We are appealing for witnesses to a three-vehicle collision.
“Officers attended a collision involving a Fiat, van, and Volvo on the A157 Burgh on Bain, Market Rasen, at the junction of the B1225, at 4.20pm.
“The female driver of the Fiat suffered serious injuries and has been taken to hospital. The driver and passenger of the van and the driver of the Volvo all received minor injuries.
“We would like to hear from anyone who may have witnessed this collision or anyone who has dashcam footage which may assist with our investigation.”
If you have any information or dashcam footage that could assist Lincolnshire Police in their investigation, call 101 quoting reference number 276 of February 6.
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