The video exhibits Brown flying off the top of a half-pipe whereas touring at excessive velocity.
Lying subsequent to a teddy bear and a pink shark in her hospital mattress, Brown reassured her followers that, though she is battered and bruised, she was “excited to come back even stronger and even tougher.”
“I don’t usually post my falls or talk about them, because I want people to see the fun in what I do, but this was my worst fall, and I just want everyone to know that I’m OK,” Brown mentioned in her video from hospital.
“It’s OK to fall sometimes. I’m just going to get back up and push even harder. I know there’s a lot going on in the world right now and I want everyone to know that whatever we do we’ve got to do it with love and happiness.”
‘Lucky to be alive’
“Sky landed head-first off a ramp on her hand,” Brown’s father mentioned. “When she first came to hospital, everyone was fearful for her life.
“Sky had the gnarliest fall she’s ever had and is fortunate to be alive. Sky stays constructive and robust; the entire medical crew is shocked to see her positivity.”
In the description of her video on YouTube, Brown said: “This was my worst fall but. My helmet and arm saved my life. This is not going to cease me. I’m going for gold in Tokyo 2021. Stay sturdy. Stay constructive.”
Brown was born in Miyazaki, Japan. Her mother is Japanese, while her father is British.