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According to the Daily Record, pensioner Margaret Graham suffered a dislocation to the joint as well as damage to the tendons in her shoulder when she fell over at St Adamnan Episcopal church, a small structure constructed in 1794 in the Perthshire area of Kilmaveonaig.
Following this incident, the 78-year-old needed to be taken to hospital by ambulance and had to stay at the nearby medical institution for a period of two days afterwards.
In addition, she then required "months of physiotherapy" to fully repair the damage caused, the news source added.
Ms Graham fell when she stumbled on a homemade doormat as she prepared a flower arrangement for a service at the place of worship and stated that she felt "depressed" in the aftermath of the accident.
Posted by Craig Williams
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