A MUM who was hit by a Harry Styles fan who plummeted from above says her injuries could have been so much worse if she was sitting down at the time.

Ann Barr was seated where Dylan Wood, 20, landed, after falling from the top tier of Ibrox Stadium during the former One Direction star's concert last week, the Scottish Sun reports.

The 57-year-old had risen to her feet along with her daughter during the final song on Saturday night.

She told the Scottish Sun: "It all happened so suddenly, it’s only now it is sinking in what happened.

“I felt like I had been hit on the back with the full force of a car. My daughter thought somebody had thrown a glass bottle.

“I looked down and the boy’s feet and legs were splayed in front of me.

“You could see the force he fell from, the seats in front of us were mangled.

“He was staring at us with eyes glazed over and was bleeding from the head.

“My daughter checked that he was breathing and he wasn’t.”

Ann's daughter, who works as an ICU nurse, attempted to revive the young man, along with another nurse who was in attendance.

She said: "The pair of them started to administer CPR.

“It felt like time had stopped before I heard one of them say he had started to breathe again.

“Then official people started to push past us. At this stage, I didn’t want to move back because I knew I might have been injured.

“It started to get more and more crowded as they rushed to help him.

“When the officials arrived, my daughter and the other nurse moved back."

Ann revealed that if she had remained in her seat when Dylan fell, she could have been seriously injured or killed. 

She escaped the incident with minor injuries and was treated for whiplash at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. 

She added: “I am okay, but I realised that if we hadn’t been standing up it could have been so much worse.

“All I could think about was how terrifying it would have been for the boy, he fell with such force.

“It was a miracle that he was okay and it is a miracle there weren’t any more people seriously injured.

“I just don’t know how he survived it, I’m just glad he did.”

We previously told Dylan's mum said it's a "miracle" he survived the accident.

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The electrical engineer, who had been enjoying a work night out in a VIP box, was rushed to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and taken to the high dependency unit after being knocked unconscious.

He escaped the horror plunge with just two black eyes, bruising and a concussion after losing his balance and falling over a barrier onto seats.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: "Officers were made aware of a man falling from a club deck at a premises on Edmiston Drive, Glasgow, at around 10.15pm on Saturday, June 11, 2022.

"There were no suspicious circumstances and the man was seen by medical staff."