Teenager Who Was Left In Coma By Ecstasy Sends heartbreaking Message To Show How Her Life Has Changed

By Suzanne in Bizarre On 10th September 2015

#1 Amy Thomson, 16, collapsed at 'ecstasy party' at a Glasgow house in June. She was left in a critical condition and spent one month on a life support.

The drug has damaged Amy's brain and the effects on her body are starkly clear. She sits in a wheelchair, her movements severely restricted.

#2 Amy Thomson is being treated at the New South Glashow Hospital but is allowed visits home now.

Doctors slowly stabilised Amy and she regained consciousness.

She was moved last month to a specialist rehabilitation unit for people with brain injuries. And last week, Tricia revealed she was being allowed visits home.

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#3 Amy Thomson has issued a warning to any others tempted to use drug.

Amy Thomson's speech is slow and slurred on the short video. "Thank you everyone," the 16-year-old says, with some difficulty as she sits in a garden in the sunshine.

"Thanks for your support everyone."

#4 After posting the video on a support page for the teenager, her cousin Kalya wrote:

'Some people may have cried, laughed or been shocked seeing the video. But this is what a tiny pill can do to you.

'If this isn't an eye-opener for everyone who continues to take stuff, I dunno what is.'

Some of Amy's friends, who had not seen her since she collapsed at the house party, welcomed the video but said it had upset them to see Amy in such a different way.

Kayla replied: 'Amy won't be like this for the rest of her life. She's getting the best care and support.

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