"A large branch struck her suddenly out of the hästsadeln and she fell head over heels down into the ground."
"Now tell us, Carolina Norén, 53, of ridolyckan and their severe pain."
"I could not receive me with her hands and immediately felt when I landed that this was not good," she says to Nöjesbladet."
"It was during the Sunday afternoons as the ”Svensktoppen”-profile, Carolina Norén, was there and rode with his daughter Adela in the forests of Sweden when the accident. Carolina would ride under a pine tree that had fallen in the storm, Alfrida when a large branch struck her out of the saddle and down into the ground."
"– my daughter and I would ride under the pine tree, which was hanging on another tree. My daughter has a pony so she rode in without a problem, but my horse Barney is higher and I didn't see a thick tallgren I got stuck in. I fell head over heels backward and down into the ground. I couldn't accept me with her hands and immediately felt when I landed that this was not good, " explains Carolina on the phone the day after the accident."
"Eat strong painkillers"
"She is at home in the house and eat strong painkillers to cope with the pain. A pain that she had multiple rib fractures of the case."
"– I managed to get up on her little shetland pony and we rode home. The emergency room at Norrtälje hospital thought that I would go in and get x-rayed because you can get internal injuries such as punctured lung, otherwise do nothing to the rib fractures. Now there was no internal damage but I will have to go in six weeks before it is healed. But it hurts terribly right now, " says Carolina, who groans in pain when she laughs."
"On the question about Carolina is afraid to ride again so she is hesitant."
" I don't think it is. I have made me ill over the years and been through worse things, you are aware of the risks, but it is my big interest and I always use a helmet and back protector of course."
"Concern for the Eurovision song contest"
"A problem is that the Eurovision song contest kicks off in early February, a program of the Carolina covering 20 years in a row and that she loves."
"– I have followed every race since 1999 when Charlotte Perrelli won. I just missed a race during this years and it was in Falun, I had the flu with 40 degrees fever, the ban, the doctor me to work, " says Carolina and continues:"
"– What worries me is that after the end of the race so I'm going to run down from the cab to the press conference to interview the winner with my heavy broadcasting equipment on the back. It is not possible and no one is allowed to nudge me so I may as well have someone with me as a guard and carrying the equipment."