Charlie Falcus, 12, given 5% chance of survival after horrific road accident makes amazing recovery

'It said miracle boy on his file': Charlie, 12, given 5% chance of survival after horrific road accident makes amazing recovery<br> Charlie was struck by a car after stepping into road around the front of a bus<br>He suffered two skull fractures, a blood clot on the brain, fractured eye sockets, a broken collar bone and a laceration to his lung 'It&#8217;s a mum&#8217;s worst nightmare getting that call,' mother says<br> <p> | <strong>UPDATED:</strong> 12:48 GMT, 23 November 2012 </p> <p>A schoolboy given just a five per cent chance of survival after he was hit by a car and flung against a bus, has made a miracle recovery.<br></p><p>Charlie Falcus, 12, was left with two skull fractures, a blood clot on the brain, fractured eye sockets, a broken collar bone and a laceration to his lung, following the road accident.</p><p>He was rushed to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle where his parents Sarah and Mark, 45, were told to brace themselves for the worst.

Are these Britain’s worst wedding pictures? Newlyweds devastated as photographer failed to get couple in frame and took blurry shots

Are these Britain”s worst wedding pictures Newlyweds devastated as photographers fail to get couple in frame and took blurry shots. Shots were out of focus, blurry, showed the back of guests” heads and not a single pictures of the groom”s parents was taken