WATCH: U.S. Olympic Skier Nina O'Brien Suffers Horrific Injury in Gnarly Fall

 

BEIJING – A U.S. Olympic Skier took a tumble during the Giant Slalom on Monday that forced paramedics to carry her away on a stretcher.

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Nina O'Brien is 24-year-old skier from San Francisco, CA. This was her first time representing team USA in the olympic games.

Before O'Brien's run a number of other athletes including her teammate, Mikaela Shiffrin, failed to complete the course.

A spokesperson for the U.S. Ski Team has confirmed that O'Brien is alert and responsive.

Currently the United States is in 14th place with only 3 silver medals.

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Is "horrific" the only adjective you guys know to describe something awful?  Can you say, "Thesaurus"?

SO you aren't getting censored either huh? A certain person has been censored on this website. How do you feel about that?

He learned it from Yantis - first rule of clickbait school, use the word "horrific" in the title . . .

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