Anna Parsons, the 21-year-old University of Otago student who fell nearly 40 feet rock climbing in the US'Yosemite National Park, had her foot amputated - and now she's been hit with a $1.2m hospital bill.
The New Zealand native was climbing on Runout Slab at Snake Dike in the park when she slipped and rolled down a slope, breaking nearly every bone in her body.
According to the NZ Herald, Parsons' sister, Jessica Ennor, said the fall caused her to have a punctured lung.
Her left foot was significantly damaged to the point it had to be amputated. Last week, she also had major reconstructive surgery on her right foot.
"The only things that weren't broken were her arms, her thigh bones, and her head, which is amazing," Ennor said.