London, May 12 (ANI): A woman, who has been named as Scotland's most accident-prone person, seems to have a had a change of luck after she beat more than 100 other clumsy Scots to win the title and 1,000 pounds.
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 collarbone, dislocated shoulder, and four broken toes - despite the fact she once worked as a health and safety investigator.
Crozier, who has a two-year-old daughter Hannah, is so accident-prone that on one occasion she damaged her shoulder walking into a lamppost on her way to the optician's.
"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," the Scotsman quoted Crozier as saying. (ANI)