The mother of a child who was left with G-force injuries after being forced to recreate the playground trick of "Roundabout of Death" said her son's vision is still blurred.
Tyler Broome, 11, suffered possible damage to her brain and vision and bulging eyes after being found unconscious near a rotunda in a playground.
The young man had been told to sit in the middle of the roundabout, as he was turned at high speed using the rear wheel of a motorcycle by a group of teenagers.
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The mother of Tyler Broome, who suffered horrific injuries with G force after the "Roundabout of Death" maneuver, said her son still has blurred vision (pictured, Dawn Hollingworth with her son Tyler)
Tyler's mother, Dawn Hollingworth, said she is still in the hospital with blurred vision, but confirmed that she is recovering well.
She said: "Tyler's eyes are very painful and he has headaches. He is taking anti-inflammatory medications.
"He is alert and the swelling is going down, but he still has blurred vision, we hope it disappears when the swelling disappears." He is going in the right direction. "
The real estate agent also thanked the public for the kind messages that, she said, have kept her strong.
Tyler, 11, suffered possible damage to his brain and vision and bulging eyes after being found unconscious near a playground roundabout.
The young man had been told to sit in the middle of the roundabout, as he was turned at high speed using the rear wheel of a motorcycle by a group of young people
She said: "Tyler is also very grateful for the messages and he has kept me strong in the hospital.
& # 39; Just do not do it [dangerous stunts online] It can be fun for two seconds, but that can become a tragedy, so do not do it. "
Doctors said their injuries are the result of being subjected to extreme levels of gravity (known as G-force) that only pilots and astronauts normally experience.
Doctors told his devastated mother, from Tuxford in Nottinghamshire, that force G has sent blood and other fluids to the young man's brain, which could leave him vulnerable to a stroke.
In shocking images circulated on social networks, Tyler seems to have fainted during the trip, but the teenagers around him do not seem to notice, and continued to accelerate the motorcycle engine that drives the wheel.
Tyler was with his friend in a park when a group of older teenagers approached the couple, one of them with a motorcycle, his mother says.
Ms. Hollingworth, 51, says the group wanted to recreate the YouTube trick, which is to place the back wheel of a motorcycle against the roundabout to turn it at high speed.
She says that her son was encouraged to sit in the middle of the roundabout as he was sent to turn, subjecting the child to a huge force of gravity.
Mrs. Hollingworth is now waiting by her bedside and waiting for the swelling in her brain to subside.
After: Young Tyler was left with bulging red eyes as a result of the incident in a park in Tuxford, Nottinghamshire
She said: & # 39; I do not recognize my son, he is about to suffer a stroke.
Tyler sat at the roundabout, and the guy who came was about 17 years old. Tyler does not know him, they're not friends.
"He puts his motorcycle on the floor, turns the roundabout at that speed." When everyone stopped, the group just cleared, it's intimidation. "
Tyler was transferred to Queens Medical Center in Nottingham to receive treatment for serious injuries.
His mother claims that his injuries were so infrequent that the hospital staff had never seen anything like it before and had to investigate before being able to treat him.
She added: "The injuries were so extreme that it looked like an elephant.
They've never seen him before, they're going to make a medical report on it.
"His head has swollen completely, his blood vessels have burst, his eyes seem strange.
& # 39; Your vision is blurry. You can handle a broken arm but this? He does not remember it, he does not remember the detail.
He also took Facebook to share his devastation and find the people responsible: "A decent young man I only know as Liam, who lives in Tuxford, who came into the park and saw my son lying on the ground, ran and called an ambulance .
Tyler's mother, Dawn, posted photos of her injuries and the video clip of him being spun at the Facebook roundabout to help bring his attackers to justice.
"My son remains in the hospital with the threat of a stroke if the swelling of his head does not go down to release the pressure.
"I could easily lose my son tonight and I would not want any father to go through what my family is tonight."
She continued: "Bruising will take four to six weeks, but doctors just do not know how long internal symptoms will take. We are taking each day as it comes.
"I feel so frustrated that there is a site like YouTube where bloggers are paid to put those ideas and videos in the heads of young children.
"There must be some discussion about banning these videos after what happened to my son."
A spokesman for the Nottinghamshire police said: "Police are investigating after a child sustained serious head injuries in a park in Tuxford on Wednesday (September 12).
"The boy fell out of a roundabout in Ashvale Park after it is believed that a moped was used to turn it around.
"The boy remains in the QMC in a serious but stable condition.If someone has a video of the incident, or was in the area at that time, please call us at 101, citing incident number 62 on September 13, 2018. & # 39;
Stunning images of the park in Tuxford show Tyler spinning at the roundabout at immense speed