Hunt for hero nurse who cared for teen af­ter hor­ror crash

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THE mother of a boy in­volved in a hor­ror car crash is look­ing for the hero nurse who cared for her son in the af­ter­math.

Karen Bryson’s son Ryan, 18 was treated for his in­juries at the Glas­gow Royal In­fir­mary fol­low­ing the in­ci­dent.

In a Face­book post, Karen, 45, said she wanted to thank the nurse who stayed with her son af­ter the crash.

The Black­hill mum said: “When I was in the mo­ment I was re­ally only think­ing about my son, so I never got a chance to thank her.

“She saw what had hap­pened and stayed with Ryan and sang him Dis­ney songs un­til I came.

“We re­ally just want to send her some flow­ers and a wee card to say thank you.”

Karen de­scribed how her son – who was alone in the car at the time – crashed on the M8 west­bound near junc­tion five at Harthill and spun out of con­trol.

Po­lice con­firmed the driver of a Peu­geot 3008 was charged in re­la­tion to a road traf­fic of­fence. The woman was de­scribed as be­ing over 5ft, with brown hair and driv­ing a red Peu­geot.

Karen be­lieves her name might have been Car­rie and that she may have been from Shet­tle­ston

Ryan is now safe and well. A po­lice spokes­woman said: “We re­ceived a report of a one-ve­hi­cle col­li­sion on the M8, near Harthill Ser­vices, around 7.05pm on Wed­nes­day, July 1, 2020.”

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