A reluctant 16-year-old girl pushed off a bridge to fall 60 feet to the water below is lucky to be alive and her sister wants the “friend” who shoved her held accountable.
Jordan Holgerson was pushed while standing on the edge of a bridge above Moulton Falls in Washington State, even though the young girl is heard in the footage saying “no” multiple times.
A female friend standing behind her eventually shoves her off the bridge anyway and Jordan hits the water with a sickening thud.
According to her mother, Genelle Holgerson, Jordan suffered five broken ribs, a bruised esophagus, an injured trachea, air bubbles in her chest and a punctured lung, KOIN reported.
“I could have died,” Jordan said. “It could’ve ended a lot worse, is what I’m thinking about.”
Jordan’s sister, Kaytlin, confronted the so-called friend on social media, saying a true friend wouldn’t have done that.
“Friends don’t push someone from that high so I was p*ssed,” Kaytlin said.
The friend apologized, saying she would never have pushed Jordan had she known what the end result would be.
“She pretty much said that she was sorry for doing it and she wouldn’t have done it if she knew the outcome of it and that she knows it was an absurd thing to do,” said Kaytlin.
But the sister doesn’t think the friend should get off with just an apology.
“I think the girl that pushed her should have some sort of consequence because you won’t learn your lesson if you think you can could do that again and think it will be fine,” she said.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is reportedly conducting a criminal investigation.
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