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Look-Get: NBA Magic Game She was lying strapped to the stretcher, still held in her blue shirt and black spandex shorts, a few belts and white neck brace place on the sidewalk outside the Amway Arena. Military hovering over her, grabbed her by the hand, and asked her to squeeze. She did. Military asked whether she was OK, she was a very slight nod. She tried her leg and swing. Then, she tried to move, her face twisted pain.NCAA Snapback Hats Her partner stunts, covered in sweat, hold back the tears. Military reached stroking his back. NBA Snapback Hats
As early as the magic Tuesdays game against the Knicks, Orlando Magic Stunt Team members Jamie Woode dropped the first one in a routine a few minutes of silence before the crowd on the floor motionless. The few who watched the scene said they thought she was paralyzed.
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Those who watched the fall of stunt events are not entirely according to plan, it seems awkward, but then immediately thrown high into the air to participate Woode another stunt. A Woode male stunt partner failed to catch up with her, and she fell. Stage filled with gasps and fell silent. Magic and Knicks players on their bench looked worried.
Jamie Woode was taken to a stunt fell, the court in a stretcher. (Eric Adelson) Woode, long in the the former cheerleader University of Central Florida to a stretcher, was canceled. She then stretched out his arms, waving fans applauded her. Through the plaza and a parking lot on the opposite sidewalk, she was subsequently rushed. NFL Snapback Hats She and her teammates waiting ambulance medical staff, Woode in her breath and said, although she seems to be in considerable pain. She eventually was promoted to an ambulance, covered in a navy blue blanket and with her partner, who did not give his name, sat in the passenger seat near Orlando Regional Medical Center.





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