The teenage girl who miraculously survived a parachute accident bragged today that she was "strong enough to fall 3,500 feet and live," according to Good Morning America.
The site reports Makenzie Wethington, 16, emerged from Baylor Rehabilitation Center to say that she doesn't remember much from the Jan. 25 accident when her chute malfunctioned and she plummeted to the ground.
"I know I was scared, that there was something very wrong. I think I was focused on how I could fix it and what I could do. I don't really know…I think I went into shock," she said. The teenager said she lost consciousness before her crash landing.
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