Transcript for Fashion Editor Walks Into Propeller, Parents Discuss
-- now from the freak accident her parents here to talk about how warns doing now but first. ABC's Ryan Owens takes a look at what happened. I mean everything thing. Moore and Scruggs edited an online fashion magazine. A 23 year old beautiful enough to be featured in any one of its photo shoots. This morning her family is painfully aware she may never look like this again although she doesn't know it yet. -- she didn't. If she can hear his voice my opinions you yeah yeah. She's even responding more today. I mean this afternoon's like -- moving around in the bed which really good keeping comfortable -- moving with the good things. -- suffered a horrific injury Saturday night she had just finish writing in a single engine plane like this one looking at Christmas lights with a friend. The pilot landed at this private airport north of Dallas -- -- somehow walked directly into its propeller. The blade sliced the left side of her face and shoulder and severed her left. -- it appears that -- she -- on her left hand to block her face which is when her hand was severed. And that's the hand. She's lost after multiple reconstructive surgeries this morning she is still in intensive care. While it was dark -- investigators aren't sure why Scruggs didn't see the propeller. Her family thinks she may have turned back to thank the pilot when she walked right into it to react PH it's an intact skin. Former fashion blog -- Scruggs has interviewed celebrity's. And taken her followers behind the scenes of shows like Gossip Girl. Her family says they believe it will only be a matter of time before this young communications major is back doing what she longs. For Good Morning America Ryan Owens ABC news Dallas.
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