The girl who pushed her friend off a 60-foot high bridge into a river could be prosecuted

A 16 year old girl suffered four broken ribs and punctured lungs after her 18 -year-old friend pushed her on a 60 foot tall bridge into the river at Moulton Falls Pegional Park a couple weeks ago. Now prosecutors are are looking into charging the 18-year-old with criminal offenses.

From Inside Edition:

In a harrowing moment captured on video, a Washington teen is pushed by a friend from a bridge more than 50 feet high. Jordan Holgerson, 16, suffered five cracked ribs and a lung injury. "I could have died," Holgerson said. "In midair, I think I might have blacked out, but I was awake and aware when I hit the water." The location is reportedly a popular location for kids to leap into the water. In the video, kids can be heard counting down and Holgerson appears to hesitate before being pushed.

From The Columbian:

The Clark County Sheriff's Office Major Crimes Unit has completed its investigation into the Moulton Falls bridge incident and is forwarding the case to the prosecutor's office for consideration of charges.

The sheriff's office said the suspect, identified as 18-year-old Taylor Smith, is cooperating with investigators, according to a sheriff's office press release.