A SCHOOLBOY who was hit by an out of control car in Eastwood forgot who his mother was after suffering a brain bleed.

Brendan Logan, 14, was hospitalised after being hit by a black Jaguar E-Pace while out trick or treating with friends on Halloween.

The driver of the car lost control after eggs were thrown at the windscreen when she was driving with her young child near Eastwood Academy.

Brendan was crossing the road at the time of the crash, which happened around 8pm on Wednesday.

Brendan's aunt Sarah Brett revealed he was suffering serious memory loss.

She said: “I asked who he was with and he said he didn't know. He didn't recognise his mum and thought he lived in California.

“He’s still very confused. He's got to go in for a brain scan. He's being aggressive but he's normally such a gentle boy.”

The 36-year-old from Leigh claimed that, on the night of the crash, Brendan had been out with a group of friends, while another group was on the other side of the road.

Ms Brett and the rest of the family now want justice for their boy.

She said: “A boy on the other side of the road threw an egg at the car.

“Brendan was crossing the road and he got hit. He doesn't remember anything of it.”

She added: 'We just want whoever it was to be brought to justice. He didn't deserve that.

“Brendan was unresponsive at first. Then about half an hour later, he was coming around slightly, but was groaning and in-and-out of consciousness.

“He's really not himself and his mum is devastated.”

The driver and her young child who was in the back avoided serious injury.

Brenden's condition is being monitored while medics decide whether he needs to be transferred to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London for specialist care. Call on 101 quoting incident 1268 of October 31 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.