Jordan Lath, 16, jumped from his board mid-way through a manoeuvre to avoid hitting the youngster and causing potentially life-threatening injuries. Jordans mum, Lynn Biddle, told The Hunts Post her son said the child was being taught to ride a bike by his parents at the ramps at Hill Rise Park. She said: Jordan and his friends had politely asked the couple if they could take their child off the ramp but the parents attitude was they could do whatever they liked. A skate ramp is a very dangerous place for a child, with skateboards, scooters and even BMX bikes. She said the child wandered off but when Jordan was coming down the ramp he saw the child in front of him. Mrs Biddle, 42, of Green Leys, St Ives, said: If Jordan hadnt done something he would have landed on that child it probably would have killed him. Jordan fell and broke his wrist, the parents just picked their child up and left very quickly; they didnt give a monkeys about Jordan. Jordans friends called Mrs Biddle who took him straight to A&E at Hinchingbrooke Hospital. She said: I could see straight away that it was broken, from the colour and the shape of his wrist. He was very shaken up. I have never seen him so pale. He is very annoyed about the whole thing too because this is an accident that shouldnt have happened. As well being in plaster until at least mid-May, Jordan will miss out on the opportunity to take part on a skiing trip to Switzerland and Army Cadet Camps. Mrs Biddle said the boys who regularly skate at the ramp want a fence put up and signs posted warning of the dangers posed to young children. The boys want people to please be aware it is extremely dangerous and a child is going to get really badly hurt. People dont understand just how fast the skateboarders go. If a skateboard or scooter hit a childs head it would be devastating.Huntingdonshire District Council said they would review situation and could put signs up warning of the dangers. A spokesman said: We cant stop people using the skate ramps - but it is a matter of common sense.