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  Miracle schoolboy's 'amazing' survival after being struck by 4x4 on way home from classThe mother of a boy who was struck by a 4x4 outside his school - and survived - has told of her nightmare. Sam Wrightson remains in an induced coma in hospital after suffering serious head injuries in Blyth, on Wednesday. But medics have told the 10-year-old’s parents they are hopeful he will make a full recovery after scans revealed there was no damage to his brain. The prognosis ended hours of worry for the schoolboy’s loving parents Sarah and Adam, reports the Newcastle Chronicle. As Sam begin’s his long road to recovery his mum has told how they endured every parent’s worst nightmare after learning their boy had been run over. Sarah, 36, said: “It’s just a waiting game at the moment. Relief: The prognosis ended hours of worry for loving parents Sarah and Adam (Image: Chronicle Live) He’s still in an induced coma and they are going to re-assess him in the morning. It’s going to be a long road to recovery but they think he’s going to be OK. Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesHow miracle leukaemia cure works: The treatment that saved Layla Richards life and gives hope to thousands They are very hopeful he will make a full recovery, he’s been very very lucky. He’s got very good road sense, he cycles to and from school, but he’s just made that one wrong judgement that could have cost him his life.” Mum-of-three Sarah and her husband had been collecting her six-year-old daughter, from Horton Grange Primary School, on Cowpen Road, when she heard Sam, who makes his own way home from school had been hit. “We were on our wa时时彩后一6码阶梯倍投 y home when my phone rang,” said Sarah. “I just didn’t know what to think. It was just my worst nightmare.” Desperate to get to his boy’s side Adam, 32, flagged down a passing car and the stranger drove him back to the school. And after dropping Sophie off with a relative Sarah also raced to the scene. School: Doctors are very hopeful Sam will make a full recovery (Image: Chronicl

e Live) “My husband just jumped into a stranger’s car and went straight up to the school,” said Sarah. “A friend took me back and by the time I got there he wa

s already in the ambulance and the were sedating him to put him in the helicopter.” Football-mad Sam was air-lifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle by the Great North Air Ambulance Service, while police drove his worried parents to the hospital with blue-lights flashing. “It was the longest journey of my life,” said Sarah. “I just kept thinking he was going to fly over us and we wouldn’t be there for him when he arrived.”

Sam was taken for a scan straight away, and around half an hour after arriving on the ward a c

onsultant came to tell his parents it looked like he would pull through. “When they said he had a fractured skull you think the worst,” said Sarah. Cowpen Road, Blyth where it is believed an incident took place involving a child and a vehicle (Image: Chronicle Live) “He’s stab

le and he’s still in an induced coma. He has a very severe head injury and a chest injury, which is bruising and lacerations and he has a fractured skull. He’s definitely got a broken nose and they are not sure if he’s got a broken hand. “They won’t know for certain how he is until he wakes up, but the scan shows it doesn’t look like there’s an

y damage to his actual brain.” Read more: Read MoreRelated ArticlesMiracle of teenage cyclist brought back to life after being dead for 30 minutes Sam is now facing a long road to recovery. But Sarah is looking forward to having her boy back. Ordeal: Football-mad Sam was air-lifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (Image: Chronicle Live) “He’s a lovely lad,” she said. “He’s talkative and boisterous and very well liked. he’s just a typical lad. He loves his football.” “He won’t be able to go back to school for a while and he’s not going to be able to go back to football for at least five months. But the main thing is he’s going to be OK.” The family have been inundated with offers of help and messages of support since the incident. And Sarah wants to thank everyone for their kind words. Terror: Sarah was on her way home when her phone rang (Image: Chronicle Live) The Wrightsons are also keen to praise a teacher who they were told gave Sam first aid before emergency services arrived, and would like to reassure the car driver that they do not hold him responsible for what happened. “We don’t know exactly how it’s happened. But one thing we do know is it wasn’t the driver’s fault,” said Sarah. “I would like him to know that there are no hard feelings.” And Adam added: “We would like to thank everyone involved in helping Sam. The Great North Air Ambulance and police did a fantastic job.”

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