Two mothers have been dubbed 'Superwomen' after saving a schoolboy's life by lifting a 1.1 ton car off his body.
Donna McNamee and Abigail Sicolo sprang into action when the eight-year-old boy was run over outside their homes.
Bailey Fowler was screaming in agony after he was trapped beneath the engine of the Renault Clio.
On hearing his screams, neighbours Miss McNamee, 24, and Miss Sicolo, 29, ran out and grabbed the car's bumper. They were then joined by Anthony McNamee, 47, Donna's father, who helped the two lift the car so the boy could be pulled free.
The schoolboy broke his leg and suffered crushing injuries which require plastic surgery in the accident yesterday. He is expected to make a full recovery.
His family thanked the two women, and says they believe Bailey would have died if he had not been freed so quickly.