Alexa Terrazas was doing a pose over the edge of her sixth-floor apartment in Nuevo Leon, Mexico when she slipped.
The college student had reportedly performed similar death-defying poses on the the guardrail before but almost died after falling and suffering fractures to her legs, arms, hip and head.
It shows the college student supporting her entire weight on the railing, her head pointing toward the ground 25m below.
It will likely take years for Terrazas to recover from the ordeal, which saw doctors fix the more than 100 broken bones following 11 hours of surgery. She then slipped and fell down the six stories.
El Sol de Mexico reports she will not be able to walk in the next three years.
Alexa Terrazas is in critical condition after the stunt went wrong. In the past too, doctors people trying extreme yoga poses have been injured. Neighbours have said that they have often seen the student trying out the risky stunts including using her balcony railing before.
Investigators at the scene have said there was no damage to the railing and believe the incident was caused by carelessness. Neighbors told El Imparcialthat they'd seen her doing unsafe stunts on the edge of the balcony before.
Authorities told El Imparcial that the only reason for the fall is an accident, as the balcony and rail are structurally sound. She has fractured her four limbs and has substantial injuries to her hips and skull.
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