A woman who was catapulted from a fairground ride has said she is "lucky to be alive" and wants the attraction to be "scrapped".
Jade Harrison, 21, suffered a broken jaw and facial injuries when she fell from the Airmaxx 360 ride at Hull Fair on 7 October.
She said she was angry after being "flown through the air like a ragdoll" yet fortunate she was not paralysed.
"I feel lucky to be alive, or to have come away from this without a brain or spinal injury which would have left me paralysed for life, so I do feel lucky in a way," she said.
"I think the ride should be scrapped, and if that happens then at least I've achieved something."
Hull City Council and the Showman's Guild previously said they were fully cooperating with an investigation led by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).