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A BOY whose life was saved by a former chairman of  Rangers has finally repaid the debt - at a cost of £5m..Allan McEwan was two when he was struck by a double-decker bus. Doctors told his parents he had little chance of survival. If he did, his legs were so badly injured  he would never walk again..Miraculously, he did survive. While others might thank the Almighty, Allan has for more than 50 years given credit and harboured his indebtedness to Rae Simpson, the surgeon, the nurses and the place where his life was saved..On September 5, when historic Ballochmyle House in Ayrshire (pic shows it being buit originally) reopens after a £5million restoration project, Allan feels his debt will have been repaid..Picture:  24 August 2009: Universal News and Sport (Scotland).All pictures must be credited to  www.universalnewsandsport.com.(0ffice) 0844 884 51 22.
A BOY whose life was saved by a former chairman of Rangers has finally repaid the debt - at a cost of £5m..Allan McEwan was two when he was struck by a double-decker bus. Doctors told his parents he had little chance of survival. If he did, his legs were so badly injured he would never walk again..Miraculously, he did survive. While others might thank the Almighty, Allan has for more than 50 years given credit and harboured his indebtedness to Rae Simpson, the surgeon, the nurses and...
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