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“She came up with a bloody nose and highly disoriented. Paramedics and flight for life was called.”
Incredibly scary situation as a female belly flopped from 83 feet during a cliff dive gone wrong. Rachel Dukich of Denver, Colorado caught it on camera and had this as an explanation:
“I think she jumped out far to be sure to clear the rock face and found her self in superman and instead of pulling her legs in to straighten out, she panicked, froze, and flailed.”
We sincerely hope this girl is okay and want to remind people that cliff jumping can be very dangerous. You have to work your way up incrementally to achieve safe dives at these types of heights or you risk freezing up and landing dangerously. Be careful and use common sense.