Horror as mother-of-14 dies after FALLING of the back of an e-scooter


A mother of 14 children has died after falling off the back of an e-scooter – in the latest shocking incident involving the electric vehicles menacing Britain’s streets. 

Details of The Fall

Angeline Bryan, 47, was helping a friend move house in Nottingham when she fell off the privately-owned scooter, smacking her head on the concrete and suffering a catastrophic head injury. 

At first she ‘carried on as normal’ after the accident, but began having headaches and behaving strangely – although medics allegedly dismissed these symptoms as drunkenness. She was eventually admitted to hospital and had a stroke.

Heartbroken family and friends have paid tribute to the ‘kind’ mother and set up a fundraiser for her funeral. 

E-scooters were linked to 23 trafficking of drugs offences, 44 robberies and two possession of firearms offences in Bedfordshire alone, as well as to reports of stalking, sexual assault and even of attempted murder.

It remains illegal to use a private e-scooter unless you are on private land and have the consent of the landowner. The only way to use them legally on public roads is through an authorised hire scheme.  

Ms Bryan’s 14 children, aged between five and 29, have been devastated by the loss of their mother and are being cared for by relatives in Milton Keynes.

She Started Behaving Strangely

One of her daughters, Jaymi Andrews, said that after the crash she ‘got up and carried on’ despite complaining of a headache. 

On the third day after the fall, her headaches became worse and she began acting strangely. Her friend was concerned so she called an ambulance in the evening.

Ms Andrews said: ‘They didn’t take my mum to hospital

‘They left her where she was and said they thought she was drunk. 

‘However, she wasn’t drunk – it was because of the head injury she didn’t even know she had.’

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The following morning Ms Bryan’s condition had deteriorated even more. The friend called the ambulance service again and this time paramedics took her to hospital.

4 Bleeds on Her Brain

‘They gave her scans and found out she had four bleeds on the brain caused by the fall from the scooter,’ Ms Andrews said. 

‘They performed surgery to try to drain the bleed and put her in a coma and kept scanning her to see what was happening.

‘On the fifth day, she suffered a massive stroke. She was put on a life support machine but sadly did not recover.’ 

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