one of the survivors of the horrifying parasailing accident. She is speaking to ABC news. She is one of two injured. And the government issued a report calling for tough new regulations on the try.... See More
one of the survivors of the horrifying parasailing accident. She is speaking to ABC news. She is one of two injured. And the government issued a report calling for tough new regulations on the try. Matt Gutman has the story. Reporter: Sydney heard it snap. It was really bad, the feeling of the wind. Ask we broke away. Reporter: In video that went viral last year, dozens on the beach watched at the 17-year-old and her friend floated up and then slammed into a condominium building. I remember flying into the building. Reporter: This morning, speaking to us for the first time on camera. I felt the people's arms grab me. Reporter: But they couldn't grab the girls. First careening into power lines, and landing an parks SUV. The paramedics and Sydney's father found her. Could you tell if she was alive? No, they were bagging here. Reporter: She was rushed here. We brought her back from the brink of death. Reporter: Coaxed back with her doctors, nurses and family. Taking "Gma" along as they visited the hospital for the first time since the crash. And Sydney meeting those who saved her. What makes you cry? I don't know. I mean, it just, like -- it just upsets me. I was dying, they saved me. Reporter: Her brain so battered, she could barely remember them. She may not remember. Reporter: One of the doctors she did remember, Rebecca Hysong who promised her she would walk again, even at her high school graduation last month, beaming with the smile. And the other teen injured broughted alongside Sydney just a few weeks ago. We wish them the best.
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