The young boy, Cameron Jones, fell over 20 feet from a ski chair lift. According to his mother Donna Jones, Cameron incurred great injuries, including a fractured pelvis, rib, radius, and ulna, as well as a liver laceration and more. At one point after the fall, the boy was unconscious. Donna asserted that if Cameron had not been wearing a helmet, he would have had even worse injuries or even died. Emergency responders arrived soon and Cameron’s condition is stable.
The boy’s fall was actually the second one of the day at Spirit Mountain. According to authorities, the two falls were unrelated.
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