Woman Who Survived Bungee Cord Fall May Go Again

Erin Langworthy, 22, discusses falling 365 feet into Zimbabwe's Zambezi River.
3:27 | 01/09/12

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Joining us now via Skype from South Africa but miracle woman herself -- -- -- along with her good friend Rebecca Johnson who -- that incredible. Video -- and I know you spent a week in the hospital how are you feeling now -- -- injuries. I am not seeing Brady is still in the consumer -- I'm just -- and my my how sanctions on the mountain -- open it. I'm from behind me resentment moms and so didn't -- -- troubles okay. -- kind clients. Good stuff yeah Britain on and then you're actually flattened. And I have to say that watching the video which our viewers are saying over and over again had you ever bungee jump before. Yeah yeah. Yeah I'm I'm -- and then are they walk you through any precautions before you made the job. -- -- -- and I are always saying oh nice action. Singing and playing I'm learning I'm beginning mom and -- -- -- not -- and I -- my husband didn't look ready. I don't think anybody was they said that it has never happened before so when did you realize. Oh. Sometimes terribly wrong here. Not my -- and then let her stomach letting these snacks and actually -- not -- thanks. And he -- and I -- -- sorry I believe that he -- the. Yeah they're filming everything we're back -- so what's going through your mind when you see that it's map the road. And didn't -- you -- don't. In my mind. I couldn't gladness that possibly being in the water she was admitted he got right back end. Scene and it's it is illegal me everybody on the basis. Employee we we heard you guys and I don't blame it all for your. Reaction senior in the water -- he blacked out -- come to what happens next. Time. And play my legs and I'm glad that I'm glad -- -- I don't think my -- I'm isn't good times Kean headed the what I. -- I'm -- alliances he warned that ran the rapids. Luckily I think what -- not seeing them them wanting. I'm -- and I certainly some who say -- -- Then that's his game. And then the -- get caught in some debris and things like that the river. Yeah somebody does Canada claiming that they actual bonds' -- and still is still tops. Bonds actually get completely not done it right ankle a couple of times very -- and he goes yeah you -- -- yeah. -- ethics. Did they say that there were crocodiles and -- river. She got a lot of it is so this is bad to me and I have kind of been little bit -- Good thing they knew after the fact. A final question yeah. Will you bungee jump again. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I can -- your friends -- -- -- -- that's it we're done we're out. What I'm glad it all turned out well and that he had good friends there around June enjoy the rest of your trip -- thanks so much. I -- to ask her second time -- has now remembered Charlie Gibson in without them in Africa he also bungee jump and he is the last. An animal that's -- -- much of.

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