Mr Amy was staying with his wife, Josie, at their home in Portbail last weekend when he suffered a minor collapse.
He was admitted to the Institute Louis Pasteur hospital in Cherbourg on Sunday night, where he was treated after last November’s accident.
Mrs Amy said that he was expected to be released in a few days.Since returning home in the spring, Mr Amy has been recuperating at home and receiving treatment at the General Hospital.
He sustained serious facial and arm injuries in the accident when he was a passenger in a car which collided with a tractor.Grouville Chef de Police, Centenier Charles Dix, said he was hopeful that Mr Amy would be home next week.’Up until last Sunday he was making slow but steady progress in what is a long-term recovery,’ he said.
Last weekend’s incident is likely to delay further Mr Amy’s hoped for return to parish business.
Centenier Dix said: ‘We had hoped to see the Connétable back at the parish hall soon, but obviously last Sunday’s event will set that back.’The parish has been sympathetic to Mr Amy recovery, with Centenier Dix invited by the Island’s Constables to take his place on the Comité du Connétables, which Mr Amy chaired at the time of his accident.
The Constable of St Martin, John Germain, has taken over that role.However, Mr Amy’s absence from the States means Grouville is only represented at a political level by Deputy Carolyn Labey.Mr Dix said that parish business had carried on much the same, as illustrated by the recent rates assembly at which Grouville was congratulated by accountant Mark James of PricewaterhouseCoopers for ending the financial year in line with budget estimations.The parish continues to take advice from the Attorney General, William Bailhache, as it has done since November 2002.