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Tony Good recovering well after The Clink lorry collision
She told the Mercury: “He seems to be making good progress.
“He is not responding all the time to what the nurses have asked him but he has said “Hello son” to Paul.
“The hospital did say that if things progress, they were hoping to take him out of intensive care and put him on a ward.
“Better still, they might be able to get him over to Musgrove Park Hospital, which would be great as that's closer to where all his friends and colleagues from the football world are.”
Rita said the family have been overwhelmed by cards and messages of support since the accident.