Woman who pleaded guilty to shoving friend from bridge sentenced to 2 days in jail

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Washington Woman Who Pleaded Guilty To Shoving Friend From Bridge Sentenced To 2 Days In Jail

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The 19-year-old woman who admitted to pushing a friend from a bridge has received her sentence.

Tay'lor Smith will spend two days in jail and 28 days on a county work crew, The Associated Press reported.

As part of an agreement, Smith pleaded guilty earlier this month to misdemeanor reckless endangerment.

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Jordan Holgerson was hurt when she refused to join her friends in jumping from a bridge at Moulton Falls near Vancouver, Washington. Smith admitted to pushing Holgerson from the bridge. The incident was captured on video, which went viral last year, the AP reported.

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Richard Doran, from left, grandfather of Jordan Holgerson, center, friend Ryan Anderson and Genelle Holgerson, mother of Jordan Holgerson, react after the sentencing of Tay'Lor Smith at the Clark County Courthouse in Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Smith pleaded guilty to pushing her friend Jordan Holgerson from a bridge at a popular swimming area near Vancouver, in August.

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Richard Doran, from left, grandfather of Jordan Holgerson, center, friend Ryan Anderson and Genelle Holgerson, mother of Jordan Holgerson, react after the sentencing of Tay'Lor Smith at the Clark County Courthouse in Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Smith pleaded guilty to pushing her friend Jordan Holgerson from a bridge at a popular swimming area near Vancouver, in August.

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Richard Doran, from left, grandfather of Jordan Holgerson, center, friend Ryan Anderson and Genelle Holgerson, mother of Jordan Holgerson, react after the sentencing of Tay'Lor Smith at the Clark County Courthouse in Vancouver, Wash., on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. Smith pleaded guilty to pushing her friend Jordan Holgerson from a bridge at a popular swimming area near Vancouver, in August.

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Credit: Amanda Cowan/The Columbian via AP

Holgerson suffered from broken ribs, which punctured her lungs, the AP reported.

Holgerson said in court Wednesday that she is still dealing with pain, anxiety and panic attacks.

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Holgerson's mother spoke to the court, according to the AP, saying "We feel lucky today that she is alive."

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But the mother wanted to see Smith get some time in jail. “It has cost me and my family lost wages not to mention stress and heartache,” Genelle Holgerson told Judge Darvin Zimmerman.

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Girl Injured When She Falls 60 Feet After Being Pushed Off Bridge

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