Woman 'lucky to be alive' after having behind cut off in tubing accident
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One woman endured a horrific accident whilst enjoying a girls trip away with a group of friends.
Kenzey Hunt, 20, is 'lucky to be alive' after having her bottom 'chopped off' in a tubing accident.
In one video, out of many on the TikTok page which has since gone viral after clocking up millions of views explaining the situation, Kenzey began: "All right, this is the story of how I got ran over by a boat."
"We got there Monday night," Kenzey continued. "Tuesday morning, went boating."
They went with one of Kenzey' friends' husbands and 'all of his friends' and 'didn't know a bunch of them'.
The woman went on: "So we were out tubing, I was on the tube with one other girl and one of the guys that I didn't know was driving.
"So one of the girls fell off, he went to go pick her up and when he went to go pick her up, he just made a really sharp U-turn."
Kenzey continued: "He just came hit me head on, I was still laying on the tube headfirst and we just hit head on.
"I went, got sucked under the boat and got hit by the prop and then came up from the water and apparently, I don't remember, but the rope kind of like got caught on my neck and like whiplashed my neck."
She explained the horrific accident 'got my butt pretty good', adding: "So my butt was just kind of open, I felt it, and there was just blood everywhere."
Her sister and 'one other friend' then jumped in alongside 'the other guy' who lifted Kenz back onto the boat.
"He kind of put my butt back together and called the cops all that stuff," she recalled happening, before 'cops came' and took her to the hospital.
Kenzey then started going into detail about the injuries she sustained.
"So the prop got my butt pretty good," she said, "and kind of cut it all the way open, cut everything."
She was also left with 'bruises' and 'cuts' all over her body as well as a fractured foot and pelvis.
Kenzey added she 'got super lucky' with where the boat hit her.
"Everything will be able to be saved [AND] be put back together and I'll make a full recovery."
She concluded the video with: "Also, no hate to anybody. No hate to the driver. There's no hard feelings.
"We are all in good terms. We just want this to be a positive recovery and we just need to focus on the future and not the past of what happened."