Teen Skydiving Accident Survivor 'Doing Great'

The 16-year-old Texas girl spoke to reporters for the first time since falling more than 3,000 feet.
3:00 | 02/13/14

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This is a special room. Good afternoon -- Hernandez -- New York with an ABC news digital special report she -- from an airplane to celebrate her sixteenth birthday but her parachute -- -- Tell the tale here -- fifteen year old MacKenzie wedding there. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You know this -- I thought I did you I think -- -- -- Well I didn't hear anything. -- -- She he was my -- -- This was. -- It. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- so important matters something was wrong. I don't -- and heart disease. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Sure. You -- remember -- into the -- I think is that. They are. -- -- -- -- Alan -- those. Little eating better. -- -- -- -- -- He. They're actors. -- a little less. -- you know. Etiquette. We're very very -- airlines. Home. -- -- -- Into water. Industry -- accurate. It was there. -- Times wrote it. That are hard work. Won't. Police is. There -- That she used her. Image -- Eat them. Bologna. Eight that he. That he -- We're -- and a lot. Area. Shalala and actually there. Is it different. -- back. See her record -- the pain should ask you really progressed pretty fast. He's right he's music. -- -- -- -- -- -- Our operating in this at all you. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- You've been watching and they can -- Weddington a sixteen year old girl who survived a fall when her parachute. Did not open during a sky diving adventure. Her doctor they're describing her injuries bleeding on the brain fractures to her mid back broken -- was told she may never walk again well today she's defied the odds. She has. Begun walking again and her doctors and MacKenzie herself they're updating people on her progress you've been watching ABC news digital special report. Thank -- so much for joining us I'm -- Hernandez in New York.

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