A grandmother recovering in hospital with a broken neck slipped on the day she was due to be discharged - and broke her back. Lindy Moors, 64, was rushed to hospital after breaking her neck when a sliding barn door at her farm crashed down on her head in January. Retired Lindy, who runs the small farm yard with husband Arthur, 64, needed two major surgeries on her neck to prevent her being paralysed. But just a week later, the grandmother-of-five, who was due to be discharged later that day, suddenly grew faint and collapsed on her way to the hospital toilet. Lindy, from Steyning in West Sussex, was x-rayed and doctors revealed she broke her back as she fell - before she was rushed for her THIRD major surgery in a week. But despite sustaining two life-threatening injuries just days apart, with doctors warning each time she may become completely paralysed, Lindy is still able to walk and talk - and is on the road to make a full recovery. This video was filmed on the 17th February 2021.