Buzz Saved My Leg

A toddler could have lost his FOOT in a car accident if he hadn’t been wearing his BUZZ LIGHTYEAR wellington boots. Lewis Kemp, two, was struck after he ran into the path of car at B and M Bargains, in Oslo Road, east Hull. His leg was broken in two places and he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. But his mother Marie Scammell said his injuries could have ben far worse if he wasn’t wearing his favourite boots.

A toddler could have lost his FOOT in a car accident if he hadn't been wearing his BUZZ LIGHTYEAR wellington boots. Lewis Kemp, two, was struck after he ran into the path of car at B and M Bargains, in Oslo Road, east Hull. His leg was broken in two places and he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. But his mother Marie Scammell said his injuries could have ben far worse if he wasn't wearing his favourite boots.

A toddler could have lost his FOOT in a car accident if he hadn't been wearing his BUZZ LIGHTYEAR wellington boots. Lewis Kemp, two, was struck after he ran into the path of car at B and M Bargains, in Oslo Road, east Hull. His leg was broken in two places and he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. But his mother Marie Scammell said his injuries could have ben far worse if he wasn't wearing his favourite boots.

A toddler could have lost his FOOT in a car accident if he hadn't been wearing his BUZZ LIGHTYEAR wellington boots. Lewis Kemp, two, was struck after he ran into the path of car at B and M Bargains, in Oslo Road, east Hull. His leg was broken in two places and he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. But his mother Marie Scammell said his injuries could have ben far worse if he wasn't wearing his favourite boots.

A toddler could have lost his FOOT in a car accident if he hadn't been wearing his BUZZ LIGHTYEAR wellington boots. Lewis Kemp, two, was struck after he ran into the path of car at B and M Bargains, in Oslo Road, east Hull. His leg was broken in two places and he was rushed to hospital for emergency surgery. But his mother Marie Scammell said his injuries could have ben far worse if he wasn't wearing his favourite boots.