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Nurse Who Fell Down Ravine Texted Goodbye to Parents Thinking She Would Die

Amber Kornhurst, a 25-year-old registered nurse from Minnesota, was left horribly injured after falling 100 feet down a cliff while hiking, and even typed a goodbye note to her parents on her phone: "It's the end." But just as she was giving up hope, a search and rescue helicopter spotted her and airlifted her to safety. She spoke to Inside Edition from her hospital bed. "She's our hero," her mom told IE.

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