The inspirational Pam Warren launches official blog

In October 1999, Pam’s life as a financial advisor was turned on its head when she was involved and severely injured in the Paddington Rail Crash. Two trains collided heads on at a combined crash speed of 130mpg.

Not only did she pull through, she underwent scores of operations to help rebuild her badly burned body and endured wearing plastic mask over her face for 23 hours of each day over the ensuing 18 months. She became the public face of the disaster – ‘the lady in the mask’.

Following the crash, Pam became the leading spokesperson for improving rail safety. Now, Pam uses her experiences to help others who have been affected by disfigurement or burns and has become and inspiration to many.

To read Pam’s latest news, including details of the inspirational charities she’s currently working with, visit her official blog: More details can also be found on her website,