Alexa Terrazas Mexico woman survives 80f fall after practicing extreme yoga pose along balcony. May not walk for three years after shattered legs are reconstructed.
Alexa Terrazas, 23, had been leaning over the edge of her sixth-floor apartment balcony when she slipped and landed on the driveway of her building in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon on Saturday.
An image of Terrazas taken before she slipped went viral, showing the young woman hanging upside down in front of her San Pedro balcony while supporting the entire weight of her body on the rail. Different types of yoga are popular for now and not a single mla format essay was written to specify all the variability.”
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PRÁCTICA DEL YOGA
Al practicar un tipo de yoga al extremo, una joven de San Pedro cayó desde el balcón de su depa a 25 metros de altura.
Alexa Terrazas tiene 110 huesos rotos. Le tienen que reconstruir tobillos, rodillas, cara etc. y no caminará en 3 años. pic.twitter.com/0ftoHPcMCa
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Mexico woman was regularly seen practicing extreme yoga pose:
The yoga practicing woman fell approximately at 1:10pm local time and was immediately tended to by paramedics from the Red Cross and the Nuevo Leon Civil Protection.
She was taken to a local hospital and underwent 11 hours of surgery the dailymail reported.
Terrazas, suffered fractures to both of her legs and arms as well as her hips and head. Come Tuesday, the woman remained in critical condition.
Family members took to social media to seek blood donations and prayers for the injured woman.
Mexican outlet El Imparcial reported that Terrazas might not walk for three years after doctors were forced to reconstruct her broken legs.
According to the outlet, neighbors said they were used to seeing Terrazas perform the dangerous stunt from her balcony’s edge.
The Nuevo Leon Attorney General’s office opened up an investigation and found that the balcony’s rail did not have any structural damages and the incident the result of an accident.
It remained unclear whether the woman had previously been cited over the dangerous pose.