Fan who was paralyzed at a concert by a stage-dive SPEAKS out

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A punk rock fan who was left partially paralyzed after a rocker stage-dived and landed on her during a show has spoken out from her hospital bed about the ordeal.

24-year-old Bird Piché suffered a ‘catastrophic spinal cord injury’ at the Trophy Eyes concert at the Mohawk Place in Buffalo, New York, on April 30.

Rocker John Floreani jumped from the stage and into the crowd of the 230-person venue.

The show was immediately stopped as Piché was rushed to the hospital for emergency trauma surgery as John accompanied her.

‘When you hear about these types of injuries, they’re obviously very serious so I didn’t expect to have any recovery,’ Piche told NBC News.

‘It was like his body, and my neck. It was a crowd-surfing thing.’

How Is She Now?

Piché said she has regained use of her arms and partial leg function, but is unable to move her hands and toes at this time.

‘We were worried she wasn’t going to make it,’ her worried mother Amy Leigh Flaminio said.

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What Will Happen Next?

Piché said she was going to rehab after the interview, and said medics believe she will make a full recovery.

‘Nothing is certain, obviously, but they are predicting l will have full recovery of everything,’ she added.

The devoted fan said she’s been following the band since 2016, and admitted the stage-diving is not uncommon at punk rock shows.

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