A young woman who had been in a coma for more than two months after being injured by a roller coaster has regained consciousness.
Shylah Rodden (pictured) is in a stable condition after she was struck by a rollercoaster at the Royal Melbourne Show on September 25
Shylah Rodden, age 26, had brain damage and injuries to her pelvis, arms, legs, and back after she was struck by a roller coaster on September 25 at the Royal Melbourne Show.
She was struck by the ride as she attempted to rescue her phone from beneath the train tracks.
Ms. Rodden was transported to the Royal Melbourne Hospital and placed in an induced coma immediately.
However, one of her cousins informed on Wednesday that she had finally awoken.
Shylah Rodden (pictured) is in a medically-induced coma following a rollercoaster accident on September 25.
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