Katelynns Roll Go pro helmet cam.

Tacoma

Et incurventur ante non
Location
far enough away
How's she feeling now? I talked to her a couple times afterwards and she seemed ok, and always with a great attitude. Glad she's alright, that could have been a bunch worse. I think being in a full bodied rig with a cage ate a LOT of force that could have gone into her neck, or ribs, or spine, etc. Very happy none of that happened.
 

kmboren

Well-Known Member
Location
Southern Utah
How's she feeling now? I talked to her a couple times afterwards and she seemed ok, and always with a great attitude. Glad she's alright, that could have been a bunch worse. I think being in a full bodied rig with a cage ate a LOT of force that could have gone into her neck, or ribs, or spine, etc. Very happy none of that happened.
Katelynn is just fine. She may have had a slightly sore neck but considering that is great. Agreed that the vehicle absorbed so much of the impact. Landing how it did would have pushed her into the seat and not restraints Like a rocket ship seating position. We feel very blessed.
 

Tonkaman

Well-Known Member
Location
West Jordan
The best video we have. I was wearing a gopro on my helmet. We wear head sets and she wasn't talking to me but her head set came disconnected during the fall so that is why I was yelling.

That video is terrifying! I’ve been in similar situations and I understand completely that feeling of helplessness
 

ID Bronco

Registered User
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
You held your composure really well, and she was so cool and calm. As a parent that would be terrible.

When I was young I rode bulls a lot and I had no understanding of how it would make my parents feel when I was hung up or stepped on.

I'm super impressed with the way you have helped her all the way along your competitive journey. I applaud you and your wife. Good parenting!
 
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