Woman Reveals Horrific Head Injury After Airbag Didn't Deploy in Car Crash



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A woman has shared the horrific injuries she sustained in a car crash after her airbag didn’t deploy.

Anasa, from the U.K., uploaded a graphic video to TikTok where she showed off her injuries, including a swollen head and two black eyes.

The 21-year-old added “warning, graphic content” to the images, as the montage of clips shows her black-and-blue face, with bloodshot eyes she can barely open.

The video, shared on Tuesday, amassed nearly nine million views, as people were shocked at the extent of her bruising. After her video blew up on TikTok, the Brit shared a storytime, explaining the backstory to her injuries.

She told followers: “In April last year I had a car accident, and my airbag didn’t go off so my head hit the window pretty hard. This caused my head to swell with what I think was blood, there’s no photos of me when it first ballooned because it was absolutely massive.”

The video shows the severe car wreckage, with a sizable dent in the driver’s door, suggesting the car hit her side-on. She’s lucky it wasn’t more serious.

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