The final words a dying woman spoke to her husband after getting involved in a horrific accident, has been revealed.

It has been revealed that the final words of a wife to her husband before she was impaled by a 13ft tree branch were: ‘Don’t let me die will you’.

Edward and his wife Elaine Davison

According to Metro UK, Elaine Davison, 55, died in a freak accident when a tree toppled over and smashed through the windscreen of a silver Vauxhall while she was with her husband Edward in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, in November 2010.

She suffered fatal injuries after the 13ft branch went through her chest and died in hospital after doctors battled for 30 minutes to try and save her.

Edward managed to escape with just a splinter to his finger, an inquest at Wakefield Coroner’s Court was told.

Edward who had been in a relationship with Elaine for 30 years, told the inquest that his wife told him she was hurt after the tree hit their car.

He said: ‘The only other thing she said to me was “don’t let me die, will you?” and I said “no, I won’t”.
‘That’s one of the hardest things. It’s the first time I’ve ever had to lie to her and I can’t take it back.’

The couple, from Pontefract, had left Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, at 8pm that night after visiting their daughter Natalie who suffers from Crohn’s disease.

They were driving home along the A642, a 30mph main road to an inner section of the M62, ‘crunching’ over tree debris which had fallen into the road.

Edward described how minutes later the car started ‘shaking’ because of ‘blustery’ winds which frightened his wife.

He said: ‘I could remember Elaine saying to me that she didn’t like it and she appeared nervous.
‘All of a sudden, there was a loud bang and a crash. For a split second I saw something fall into the road directly in front of the car.

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