A year ago on Tuesday, the three-year-old was left fighting for life after a bouncy castle was blown into the air.
Rosie plummeted 50ft on to a concrete path – and was crushed by a metal fan that sheared off the giant inflatable.
She suffered a punctured lung, smashed ribs and bruising to her brain and was airlifted to hospital in a coma.
Two people died and dozens were injured – including Rosie’s brother Jack, five – when the inflatable was ripped from its moorings at a family fun day.
Castle designer Maurice Agis, 74, from Bow, London, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter last November.
He is on bail pending the results of a joint probe by police and the Health and Safety Executive.
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