A woman from South Normanton has been awarded compensation following a traffic accident in Spain, the Derby Evening Telegraph reports.
According to solicitors, Margaret West was using a pedestrian crossing when a car struck her.
During the incident, which occurred while she was holidaying in Malaga in 2001, she sustained a fractured leg and shoulder, as well as a head injury which required stitches.
Ms West was forced to take early retirement from her job at Kings Mill Hospital in Sutton-in-Ashfield as a result of her injuries.
She told the publication: "I found that I was unable to fulfil my role properly because of the injuries I suffered and knew I could not carry on working."
Ms West had been due to take legal action against the driver's insurers, however, the company has settled out of court and agreed to a "substantial five-figure sum".
Malaga is a popular destination for British tourists and is situated in southern Spain on the Costa del Sol.