We’ve all been children, and we know how easy it is to make mistakes. We all make mistakes, but we must learn when to say no.

Youngsters are easily duped, especially by the other children they play with. Unfortunately, some other children’s “jokes” can severely affect our lives.

Tyler Broome is an 11-year-old boy who received significant injuries after trying “the roundabout of death”. This is a new YouTube fad among children. Tyler didn’t even think twice about trying out this new fad. He didn’t believe he could get wounded, and all he wanted was for the other kids to witness him perform the new trick. He was sure that undertaking this stunt would make his buddies think he was brave.

Tyler was unfortunately subjected to severe gravitational stress, which resulted in significant injuries.

To accomplish the new YouTube fad, stay in the middle of a playground roundabout and spin it at high speed with the rear wheel of a motorcycle. Doesn’t that sound risky?

Tyler was discovered after attempting the new trend. He was unconscious, and everyone assumed he’d suffered brain and eye injuries. Astronauts and pilots employ the force used on Tyler, but only under the strictest supervision of specialists.

Tyler was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Doctors claim that fluid and blood have been shoved into the boy’s brain. This had an impact on his vision.

Tyler, how did you wind up pulling this stunt? He was in a park with a friend when a gang of youngsters approached him and challenged them to perform the trick. Tyler, unfortunately, accepted the challenge to prove to them that he was a courageous child.

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Mother told The Independent recognises her son and is concerned that he will suffer a stroke. She stated that her son did not know the adolescent who dared him to act. The mother also said that when Tyler arrived at the hospital, the physicians were astounded since they had never seen such injuries and had no idea what therapy to follow. Hence, the doctors had to hunt for information about such instances to know how to act to rescue Tyler.

Tyler’s skull was bloated, his blood vessels were ruptured, and he couldn’t see. The child now has no recollection of anything.

Tyler’s status is currently stable, but he must remain in the hospital. As parents, we must remember that youngsters are easily duped since they are eager to try new things. As a result, parents must teach their children to distinguish between harmful and enjoyable situations.