A FIFTEEN year old schoolboy performed first aid on a man who was knocked off his motorbike in Worcester this morning.

Oscar Noctor was on his way to school when he saw a car hit a motorcyclist in Bilford Road.

He said: "The man was knocked off his bike and must have gone about five feet in the air. I heard his body smack the concrete.

"I immediately stepped in and administered first aid. The motorcyclist had a fractured tibia, the bone was poking through his leg.

"There were lots of people there, they were really shocked.

"I asked a bystander to get me a first aid kit from Perdiswell Leisure Centre. Once we had that I dressed the wound and immobilised it with two bags.

"I then immobilised his head with my hands until the ambulance arrived.

"I handed over to the paramedics and carried on to school."

The Tudor Grange pupil has always wanted to be a doctor.

He said: "I have had training with the St John's Ambulance Service and I felt ready and prepared for the situation. I have always wanted to be a doctor, my passion is helping people. I hope the man is ok and that I did enough to help him."

A spokesman for the West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 9.43am to reports of a collision between a car and a motorbike on Bilford Road, near to Perdiswell Leisure Centre. One ambulance and the Midlands Air Ambulance Critical Care Car attended the scene.

"On arrival we discovered bystanders already administering aid to the patient, a man, who was the motorcyclist.

"He was treated for a potentially serious, but not life-threatening injury, before being taken to Worcester Royal Hospital for further assessment."