A pub landlady mown down and mugged in the street is out of hospital almost a month after the attack.

Carol Frain, 54, of the Spangled Bull in Earlsheaton, Dewsbury, was struck by the muggers’ car which then reversed back over her.

Mrs Frain had one hip broken and the other dislocated and also suffered a broken shoulder and spinal injuries.

Mum-of-two Mrs Frain underwent surgery and was in traction for three weeks. She was bed-bound all that time but has now finally been allowed home.

Mrs Frain is still in a wheelchair and her family have converted their dining room into a virtual hospital ward.

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Daughter Amie, 23, said: “She still can’t walk and is in a lot of pain but at least she’s home and we can look after her.”

The attack happened on Friday December 18 as Mrs Frain and husband Shaun, 44, took a taxi home from the pub after closing time.

It is believed two men followed their taxi the short distance from the pub to their home in Frances Road, Earlsheaton.

Frances Road in Earlsheaton near the scene of a hit and run mugging which left pub landlady Carol Frain in hospital.

As Mr Frain paid the driver a man ran up and grabbed his wife’s handbag. She clung on and was dragged towards a waiting car. It struck her and reversed over her as the men backed up to escape.

It is thought the robbers were after the night’s takings. Some cash was stolen.

Mrs Frain ran the pub with her other daughter Danielle, 22, the licensee, but Amie said her injuries might mean she couldn’t go back to her old job.

“Even when she’s back on her feet she may not be able to stand for long periods and she’s still having nightmares about what happened,” she said.

“One day she is really bright and the next it hits her really hard. It’s going to be a long time before we’re all over this.”

Kirklees CID described the attack as “particularly nasty” and have renewed their appeal for information. No arrests have been made so far.

Amie added: “My mum is very determined and strong-willed and that’s why she was able to get out of the hospital. Once she is able to stand she can start physio and she will need more surgery on her shoulder in six months.

“The men who did this are still out there and we want them caught.”

Anyone with information should ring Kirklees CID on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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