Jordan Holgerson pictures,pushed off a bridge by a friend
This is the shocking moment Jordan Holgerson, 16, was pushed off a bridge by her friend in Yacolt, Washington on Tuesday
'No, I won't go in,' Jordan can be heard telling her friends as they try to pressure her into jumping off the bridge. Suddenly, one of them pushes her off
Jordan suffered five cracked ribs and internal injuries after she was pushed off the bridge
Holgerson's red and seriously bruised left thigh after slamming into the water from 60ft
Jordan, speaking from her hospital bed, revealed Tuesday was her first time on the bridge. She said she was 'aware and awake' when she hit the water
Jordan said her friend has since said sorry, but that her apologies are not enough. 'I could've died,' she said. 'It could've ended a lot worse, is what I'm thinking about'
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