Proud Scots mum hails ‘warrior’ son, 7, for miracle fightback after being hit by car in horror crash
A PROUD mum has hailed her “warrior” son for his miracle fightback from horror injuries he suffered when he was hit by a car.
Sarah-Jayne Plunkett, 39, also paid tribute to hero medics who saved seven-year-old Stephen Edward Torley’s life with an extraordinary brain op.
Surgeons relieved deadly pressure on his skull by extracting two pieces of bone — then inserted them into his stomach until they were needed.
After waking from a three-week coma, the brave schoolboy had to learn to walk, talk and eat again.
But Sarah-Jayne told how she is delighted with Stephen Edward’s incredible progress since then.
She said: “If you ask him, ‘Show us your muscles’, he flexes his wee bicep.