A former maintenance worker who lost part of his leg in an accident at work has been awarded almost £1m in compensation.
Mr Watton thought he would never walk again after the accident
Matthew Watton was crushed when a tipper truck toppled onto its side, trapping him against a pile of rubble on a building site two years ago.
Mr Watton, from Shifnal in Shropshire, now works as a primary school football coach in the Dawley area.
He said the money will go towards prosthetic care.
He said: "When I came out it was one of those things that was really painful - for an hour and a half being trapped and not knowing whether you were going to die."
Mr Watton said he thought he would never walk again after part of his left leg was amputated.