Bird Piche, a 24-year-old lady is currently dealing with partial paralysis after the lead singer of a popular music band fell and landed on her during a performance.

Sky News reports that Piche suffered a catastrophic spinal cord injury after being fell on by Australian punk rock band Trophy Eye’s lead artist during their concert at Mohawk Place in Buffalo, New York on April 30.

According to eyewitnesses, the musician fell on the lady while trying to stage dive on fans.

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The Trophy Eyes lead singer fell on Ms Piche while trying to do a stage dive. Photo: Trophy Eyes.

The injured music lover was immedietly rushed to the hospital after the surprising incident.

The lady and her family told NBC News that she is yet to regain the full use of her legs and hands even after a couple of days in the hospital.

“We were even worried she wasn’t going to make it.” Piche’s mothers, Amy Leigh Flaminio disclosed.


Ms Piche, speaking while on her hospital bed disclosed he had been a fan of the band since 2016 and was enjoying every bit of their recent concert until the lead singer, John Floreani jumped backwards into the crowd.

“It was, like, his body and neck. It was a crowd surfing thing,” Piche told media.

Ms Piche has been a fan of the band since 2016. Photo: Courtesy.

“It is pretty typical at these kinds of shows. I didn’t really know what to expect, but I definitely didn’t expect to be in hospital after the concert. I have a long road ahead but I am very optimistic right now.” She added.

NBC News reported that Piche has regained ‘gross motor skills’ which are basic movement of her hands and legs.

However, doctors disclosed that she will need further treatment to regain fine motor skills such as intricate finger and toe movements which come expensive.

Trophy Eyes donated $5,000 to assist in offsetting Piche’s medical bills. Photo: Sky News.

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The band, Trophy Eyes offered a public apology and noted they were truly heartbroken by the incident.

Our friend, Bird, is now in recovery, but still has a long road ahead. This situation has shaken us all to our core and we ask for patience while we look to help Bird navigate this difficult time,” the band wrote on Twitter on May 3.

Trophy Eyes also donated $5,000 to a GoFundMe account set to aid in offsetting Piche’s medical bills.

So far, the fundraiser has raised over $70,000.