A Chorley woman battling life-threatening injuries from a quad-bike incident in Australia remains in a stable condition.
Former Runshaw College student Holly Raper is currently being treated at Royal Preston Hospital but still is in a coma after the incident in December in Australia.
Ann Harrison, who is a close family friend, said: “We are just waiting to see if she gets better.
“It is going to be a long haul before she can get back.
“The doctors are not concerned about her and they have to get nursing her back.
“It was a very long trip back and there could have been lots of complications but she came through it fine.”
More than £17,000 has been raised for the Help Holly Home campaign organised by the Cavendish Arms where she used to work.
Ann said: “This money will hopefully be used to help with Holly’s long-term treatment.
“The family would love for her to move back home someday and it will cost some money to get their house ready for that so this could help.”
n If you want to support the fund check out the site: www.charitygiving.co.uk/helphollyhome