A woman left in a coma after being hit by a rollercoaster hurtling at full-speed has woken up two months after the horror crash.
Shylah Rodden, 26, was left with brain damage and a number of other injuries after being hit by the Rebel Coaster at the Royal Melbourne Show on September 25.
Local reports say she was hit by the 43mph coaster while trying to retrieve her phone which had fallen under the tracks.
Horrified eyewitnesses said she was sent flying nine metres (29ft) into the air before she came crashing down to the ground.
She was put in a medically-induced coma after sustaining “brain damage” with “horrific injuries” all over her body, including her pelvis, arms, legs, back and neck.
On Wednesday, Shylah woke up and is now in a stable condition, the hospital has revealed.