The new mum lost her unborn baby in a horror car accident when the Ford Fiesta swerved into a crowd, injuring 11 bystanders

A YOUNG mum has revealed how she lost her unborn baby after being hit by a driver who injured 11 others in a horror crash at a car meet.

Georgia Wood, 22, who was pregnant with her second child, was seriously injured and her pal is one of four fighting for their lives in hospital following the chaos in Scunthorpe, Lincs.

Georgia Wood with her son Harrison

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Georgia Wood with her son HarrisonPhoto credit: SWNS
She lost her unborn child after being hit by a motorist

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She lost her unborn child after being hit by a motoristPhoto credit: SWNS
11 others were injured in the horror crash

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11 others were injured in the horror crashCredit: Ben Lack

Today she said her 20-month-old son Harrison lost a “lifelong best friend” after doctors broke the devastating news that she had miscarried at around six weeks.

The carer said she decided to go to the car meet in Scunthorpe, North Lincs, with friends Connor Richard, 23, and Chloe Boddy, 23, after previously splitting from her partner.

But minutes after Georgia filmed a series of revving engines, a Ford Fiesta crashed into the crowd, leaving four people – including Connor – in critical condition.

Georgia was hospitalized after suffering a brain hemorrhage, lacerations to the back of her head, and lacerations to her knees and ankles.

But even more tragically, doctors later performed a scan of her unborn baby, which revealed the mother had suffered a shocking miscarriage.

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Speaking about her devastating loss today, Georgia said she was struggling to come to terms with the events of the evening.

She said: “I was looking forward to having a little brother or sister for my son to be her lifelong best friend as you don’t get any closer than a sibling.

“It has all been taken away from me and my son now. My family lost a niece or nephew – and a grandchild.

“It’s really hard to believe that if I hadn’t gone there I wouldn’t be in this situation now.

“And it’s not nice to think what was taken away from me because someone basically couldn’t handle their car.”

Georgia, from Doncaster, South Yorks, said she decided to go to the car meet with friends Connor and Chloe last Saturday after breaking up with her boyfriend.

She said: “It was one of the first car meetings I’ve ever been to, but I had just broken up with my partner and my friends were like, ‘Let’s go out.’

“We were originally supposed to go to one in Sheffield, but I didn’t want to bump into my ex.”

Georgia said the friends originally went to a car park near a row of supermarkets but later moved to the industrial area of ​​Flixborough, north of the industrial city.

She said: “My friends are into cars. They love that and I love my friends. They said the next location would be released in 15 minutes. So I said, “Let’s go.”

When Georgia got to the second location, she said the crowd was “a few hundred” and found a spot where she could watch the cars driving down the street.

But the disaster happened around 9:10 p.m. when a Ford Fiesta crashed into bystanders, injuring Georgia and ten other people.

Georgia said: “I honestly don’t remember anything from the accident, like tires squealing or being hit. I just woke up and found I was lying on the floor.

“It was like an out of body experience. I slipped in and out of consciousness.

“My head was pounding and a lady said, ‘Georgia, you’ve been in a car accident, just keep still.’ But I’ve been asking people where Chloe and Connor are.

“I was desperate to find her.”

TRAGICAL NEWS

Georgia was then taken to the hospital, where doctors found a “small hemorrhage” in her brain. Her head was also taped three times due to a laceration on the back.

She had more bruises and cuts on her knees, right ankle on top of her leg, but worse news came when medics ran a scan to check her unborn child’s health.

She said: “When two doctors came into the room, I knew at that point it wasn’t good. They told me I miscarried because there was little hCG in my system.”

Georgia said she was “upset” by the tragic news but her main focus was the health of her pal Connor, who is still in intensive care after the crash.

“I was upset about it. I cried a bit but my main focus was on Connor. My friend was in intensive care. I will mourn my baby when Connor is well.

“It’s upsetting to see my friend in this situation because someone wanted Lewis Hamilton in their car.”

After the incident, Humberside Police Inspector John Rickells said a 17-year-old boy had been arrested in connection with the crash.

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He said: “As part of our investigation, a 17-year-old was arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by driving dangerously.

“At this point, our investigation is at a very early stage and we will release more information as soon as we are able.”

The driver lost control during a car meet

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The driver lost control during a car meetCredit: Ben Lack

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