The video shows Brown flying over the end of the half pipe when traveling at high speed.
Lying next to a teddy bear and a pink shark in the hospital bed, Brown assured his fans that he was “excited to come back stronger and harder,” despite being battered and bruised.
“I usually don’t post my falls or talk about them, because I want people to see the fun in what I do, but this was my worst drop and I want everyone to know I’m good,” said Brown in the video from the hospital.
“Sometimes it’s okay to fall. I’ll just go back and push it harder. I know there’s a lot going on in the world right now, and I want everyone to know what we should do with love and happiness.”
‘Lucky for being alive’
“Sky first came off a ramp in his hand,” said Brown’s father. “When he first came to the hospital, everyone was afraid of his life.
“Sky has had the scariest drop she has ever had, and she is lucky to be alive. The sky remains positive and strong; the entire medical team is shocked to see her positivity.”
“This was my worst drop. My helmet and arm saved my life. This won’t stop me. I’m going for gold in Tokyo 2021. Stay strong. Stay positive.”
Brown was born in Miyazaki, Japan. Her mother is Japanese, her father is British.
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