If you haven’t heard the news today Tony Hawk was injured while skating at a Downtown Disney event over the weekend.
I was able to find video of Tony Hawk performing at the Action Sports Weekend Event in Anaheim. There are 3 parts to this video the first one is him on the half pipe. Tony pulled off some great tricks for the fans.
Then came the horrible crash.
The final video is an announcement from Tony telling the spectators he can’t perform anymore and that he is going to have to go be checked out.
Tony tweeted later about his accident:
‘Pelvic vertical shear injury & a hematoma in a pear tree is the semi-official diagnosis. All I know is: I can’t lift my legs & it sucks.’
‘I will no longer take walking for granted. Just took a 20-foot stroll around the room; it might as well had been 20 miles. Waaah.’
‘My deepest grattitude to the staff at UC Irvine Trauma Center. If you are going to get seriously hurt, I recommend being near there.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Tony for a speedy recovery!
Thank you for visiting Chip and Co. Be sure to sign up for our Daily Newsletter where we deliver the best in Disney News & Planning Tips to your inbox! You can find us all over the internet at Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and even our Tee Public Store!
DISCLOSURE: I may be an affiliate for products that I recommend on our website. If you purchase those items through my links I will sometimes earn a commission. You will not pay more when buying a product through my link. In fact, I oftentimes am able to negotiate a lower rate (or bonuses) not available elsewhere. Plus, when you order through my link, it helps me to pay for my website, and continue to offer you lots of free stuff. Thank you, in advance for your support!
Latest posts by Chip (see all)
- Joffrey’s New Fair Trade Coffee Helps Peruvian Communities - February 26, 2017
- ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY on Digital HD March 24th and Blu-ray April 4th - February 22, 2017
- DVC Copper Creek Villas & Cabins Details at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge - February 22, 2017