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This happened back in 2016, but the video was just released.  A volleyball player named Heather Friesen accidentally fell down a 50-foot waterfall in Hawaii, and survived. 

The entire plunge was recorded on a GoPro that was strapped to her chest.  It starts with her looking over the edge . . . and in an instant she slips and starts falling and sliding down super fast before splashing into a pool of water. It takes about 20 seconds for her to emerge from there.  A friend shows up pretty quickly to help her out . . . and it’s clear that she’s in a lot of pain. She was eventually airlifted off the trail and ended up with 10 broken ribs, a collapsed left lung, a fractured scapula, and multiple wounds.  She found out later that other people who fell from that same spot had died.

Painful Fall off Hawaiian Waterfall || ViralHog

Occurred on February 27, 2016 / Honolulu, Hawaii, USA "My name is Heather Friesen, and this is the fall that changed my life forever. A week before my senior beach volleyball season at University of Hawaii, I hiked the Ka'au Crater Trail with some friends.