A girl of five was seriously injured and is likely to be scarred for life after she was mowed down by an electric moped.
Emily Hill needed 24 stitches to her scalp when she was dragged 50ft down the street by the 'near silent' dirt bike.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The 22-year-old rider, who is being investigated by police, allegedly zoomed off a footpath and collided with Emily, who was being picked up from a quiet cul-de-sac.
Doctors have warned her parents she may need cosmetic surgery – including an operation to graft hair follicles on to the side of her head.
Emily's mother Leigh, 23, said few people realise the 'dangerous' vehicles – which can reach speeds of 47mph – can be operated by teenagers with just a moped licence.
Emily Hill, 5, pictured in hospital after needing 24 stitches following being hit and dragged by an electric bike
Emily had to be rushed to hospital after she was hit and dragged by an electric bike in a quiet cul-de-sac in West Yorkshire
Emily suffered a horrific wound to her scalp after being struck and dragged by the electric bike in a quiet street in KeighleyInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'We have been through weeks of hell,' said