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Ryan Womack in hospital after being left paralysed when he crashed his car while nipping out to a fish and chop shop (Image: Helen Womack)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA mum is raising money for her tragic son who was left paralysed in a horror crash after losing control of his car on a bend.Ryan Womack, 24, was nearly killed in the crash after nipping out to a fish and chip shop in October 2018.He suffered horrendous brain trauma with doctors having to remove a large portion of his skull to relive the swelling on his brain.Despite saving his life, it caused severe damage meaning Ryan, from Lancashire, cannot talk or even eat, according to LancsLive reports .Now mum Helen is on a missing to raise 10k in a bid to get him home.She wants him out of the care home where he currently lives following the crash in October 2018.Helen said: “It was just horrific.”I have to reign myself in when I talk about it because if I started crying I wouldn stop, I have to hold it in because I support the rest of the family.”He has an eight year old brother, he only a little lad I don want him to see me upset.”Disability benefits cheat filmed running at Crufts after scamming 12k told to cough up the cashOn October 6, 2018, just after 11pm, Ryan left his friend house to get some food from a nearby chip shop in Manchester.While driving along he is said to have misjudged a bend, hit three parked cars and smashed into someone garden.The accident saw him sustain massive brain trauma injuries, with sustained damage all over his head. The injuries caused his brain to swell rapidly.”We were told that he was touch and go,” said Helen.”The police told us we had to go to the hospital because he might not make it.”We arrived in Manchester and I remember the doctor telling us that we do this surgery, he will never be Ryan again “I just told him to do what he had to do, I would do anything for him to live.”The doctors were forced to perform a craniotomy on Ryan, removing a section of his skull to relieve the swelling on his brain.It undoubtedly saved his life, but left him with severe brain damage. Ryan is paralysed, unable to talk or even eat.”I don think he really recognises us,” said Helen.”He recognises me as his mum I think, he sometimes holds my hand and plays with my hair, but other times there is nothing there.She continued: “He used to be so happy go lucky, he could make friends with anyone, he would go into the pub on his own and come out with a gang of mates.”.