A British tourist said she nearly died after a water slide accident left her with a massive tear to her uterus.
Mum-of-two Toni Steedman, 25, reportedly lost six pints of blood and needed three blood transfusions after it happened in Tenerife.
She said she was on the Kamikaze slide at the Aqualand water park in Costa Adeje when she felt something "burst" inside her.
Toni, who was holidaying with her husband Adam, told The Sun : "The slide was really fast and when I hit the water at the bottom I felt something just burst inside me.
"When I stood up I felt as though I needed the toilet but as I moved blood started pouring from between my legs."
She said she was worried she would never see her children again.
Medics rushed to help her and stop the bleeding, and she spent three days in hospital after being injured in May 2017.
She was transferred to a hospital on the north of the island, where she underwent surgery to repair a tear on her uteris.
Toni, from Clackmannan in Scotland, claimed she was not told by staff that she had to fold her arms and cross her legs as she went down the free fall 'Kamikaze' slide.
The family had traveled to Tenerife to celebrate Adam's birthday.
She was able to return to the UK using a wheelchair, but said her insurance company did not pay up because she hadn't informed them she was going away.
Mirror Online has contacted Aqualand for comment.
He is in intensive care in Spain, having had a tracheotomy, and he will need a plate in his neck.
His uncle, Mark Pooley, said: “We want to know why this has happened.
"David’s life is never going to be the same again.”
Mum Lorraine said: "We are living in every parent's nightmare. Our son went on holiday with his girlfriend and we have been told he might never walk again.
"All we can do now is pray that he can recover."
A spokesman for the attraction said: "We have video footage which shows Mr Briffaut didn't follow the guidelines for Splash.
"Aqualandia has a long, 34-year history and safety is out top priority. Our rules and recommendations are clearly displayed all the park and must be adhered to by our visitors."