Warning of more rain on way for North-east
two days to a general surgical ward so he could be with other children.
Kimmy said his recovery and cheery attitude stunned doctors.
“I met one of the surgeons in the corridor and he asked me how TJ was doing,” she said. “I said he should see for himself. TJ was standing up and went over to the doctor, shook his hand and said thank you for helping him. He was amazing.
“The whole time he was in high dependency all he wanted to do was to play and go sliding along the corridor.
“TJ is home now and getting on okay, but he is a bit quiet.”
She said she would be keeping a close eye on her cherished child’s physical, emotional and psychological progress.
She added: “I want to t h a n k e v e r y o n e who helped us that day and all of the ambulance and hospital staff who have taken such good care of TJ. I can’t speak of them highly enough.” And she added: “It really is a miracle he is still alive. Someone up there was watching over him.” THE North-east was warned today to brace itself for more wet weather.
Rain was expected to arrive in the area tomorrow while other parts of the country were set for sunshine.
A Met Office spokesman said: “There will be a fair bit of cloud in the Northeast.
“Sunday afternoon will see some rain arriving and temperatures will still be on the cool-ish side – around 14C (57F).”
And there’s no sign of summer weather for the area next week either, although the rest of the country will see temperatures hit as high as 25C (77F).
“The rest of the week in Grampian will be pretty changeable but it’s not looking like summer.” the spokesman said.
“Monday will be cloudier with some rain at times which will move southwards towards Tuesday.
“We are starting Tuesday with a bit of cloud and rain but by the afternoon it will get a bit brighter. “Wednesday, again, will see more rain.”
He added that showers will continue for the rest of the week and up to Sunday.
MIRACLE BOY: TJ Crawford with mum Kimmy, his gran Lorraine Crawford and sister Sophie. NIGHTMARE: How the ‘Evening Express’ reported the accident at Bridge of Don.