HELLO and welcome to McAyla .com.........here
you will find out all about me.
McAYLA.COM is my website to explain about me and my brain injury due to
being knocked over by a car on the 7th September 2008. I hope that this site will help all my friends and visitors understand
what has happened and how we can all move forward together. I also hope it helps other families and friends like mine.
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SERIOUS ACCIDENT (RTA) WORCESTER UK
Worcester Evening News 7th September 2008
A GIRL was airlifted to hospital with serious
head injuries after she was involved in a serious collision with a car in Worcester this afternoon. The incident happened
on London Road at the junction with Foxwell Street, near to Tesco Express, about 2.30pm yesterday.
The road was closed to traffic for about two-and-a-half hours and reopened just before 5pm while police investigated
and a force helicopter circled above taking photographs of the scene. West Midlands Ambulance Service sent an ambulance, a
rapid response vehicle, and the County Air Ambulance to the incident.
A spokesman said:
“On arrival at the scene, crews found a pedestrian and a car that had been in a collision.“The pedestrian, a girl
believed to be 11-years-old suffered serious head injuries and was treated at the scene. "She was airlifted to Birmingham
Children’s Hospital for further emergency treatment. “The hospital had been pre-alerted to the girl’s arrival
and serious condition.” A police spokeswoman said no arrests had been made and denied reports the helicopter was looking
for somebody who had run away from the scene.
“We were just lucky we had the resources
in the area so we decided to utilised them,” she said. HOW IT ALL BEGAN
I cannot go into detail of how the accident occurred, purely because I was not there and I don't want
to speculate. All I know is that our lives changed forever on September 7th, 2008.
afternoon, McAyla's neighbourhood friends knocked on the door, asking if she wanted to go with to the shops. I didn't
have a problem with this as I know McAyla is careful on the roads. The funny thing is, I don't think she really wanted
to go as she rolled her eyes when she asked. I told her not to go if she didn't want to. She went anyway.
few moments later, there was a loud knock on the door. I opened it and McAyla's 15 year old friend screamed out "McAyla's
been hit by a car!"
We all hope that this small site
can be a vehicle for good, we all hope it can help others and help McAyla to become the best she can be.
So this is where the story begins, well, this is where ALL our NEW lives begin.
Mom and Dad