Either she was the must unlucky skier in history or she had a pre-existing head injury that she did not know about and the fall made it spring open.
I feel for the family also and for the acting world, as she was a great actress, but it dont change the fact that ski aint dangerous especially on the bunny slope.
If she hit her head on any hard surface that doesn't absorb and/or redistribute the forces of the impact away from the head, injury can occur.
The fact that she was on a bunny slope is deceptively innocent at first glance.
Just falling while walking down a snow covered street could cause the same injury.
We must ban skiing! Snow! and bunny slopes!
Matthew 10:34Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword.
So heartbreaking. I read on foxnews I think it was maybe, that her family kept her on life support long enough to give her sons, mother, husband, and other family members time to say goodbye. I thought that was touching.
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Originally Posted by A. de Tocqueville
It's an unfortunate event, but she is one person, many people die, have died, and will die and go unnoticed. So unless this can help find a cure for unfortunate ski-related accidents, then it's 'bout time to move on.
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