Went with my girlfriend to the local elementary school where they have an after school program for kids where they can stay with supervisors in the gym until their parents, who work late, can pick them up. She used to work there, and doesn't anymore, but frequently visits because the kids miss her. Well I was outside of the gym looking through the window and out of no where this girl randomly falls face forward into the hard floor. I freaked out and opened the door and ran inside as everyone else crowded her. Turns out she was messing around on the chin up bar, her hand slipped, and she railed her chin on the bar. I don't know how, but she took 2 steps, and just flopped forward, dead on her face. Some of the adults there rounded the other girls up who were very upset outside for practice while we dealt with the ambulance and EMT and everything inside. A police officer was there to help too. When they got her stabilized and on a stretcher she said "Am I gonna die?" while bawling her eyes out. The cops eyes got real big and he said, oh sweetie you're not going to die. Just seeing him look up at us completely floored of how scared the little girl was really got to me. No idea how she's doing, but she was showing good signs there. She never blacked out, remembers everything, and had zero pain in her back/neck/shoulders/head. I just felt so bad, she was shreeking for her dad and went hysterical when the EMT guys showed up and put gloves on and got the stretcher out. Luckily my gf was there, she's a huge softball fan and was talking to the girl about softball (the little girl was in the gym for softball practice when this happened). That calmed her down. But it just got to me when she asked if she was going to die. Then I looked and saw the big brawny cop nearly choke on his words as he said "oh hun, you'll be just fine." Which in reality, I'm sure she is. But still... nothing worse than seeing a child in pain. Nothing.