Kelly Dodd Reveals Details About The Dangerous Crash You Didn’t See On ‘RHOC’

Kelly Dodd was one of the passengers on the dune buggy crash that was featured on this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County. Unlike some of the other ladies, Kelly had loosened her helmet just a bit after she started feeling claustrophobic while riding around in the dune buggy. As soon as the vehicle crashed, Kelly’s helmet flew off and she was lucky that nothing else happened to her.

While the crash did look scary on the show, it merely looked like the vehicle rolled over and the ladies were fine. But Dodd is now revealing that there are details about the crash that didn’t make it onto the show.

According to a new Bravo report, Kelly Dodd is now revealing that when the vehicle started rolling, she was just holding on for dear life. She was scared about possibly not seeing her daughter again and she reveals that her whole life flashed before her eyes.

“It happened so fast, we could only hold on for dear life and hope for the best. My life flashed before my eyes and all I could think about was my beautiful daughter and what if I never saw her again?” Kelly Dodd reveals in her Bravo blog for The Real Housewives of Orange County.

Dodd has already revealed that it was a scary incident and that Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson were severely hurt in the crash. But what wasn’t featured in the episode was the roof of the car. Apparently, the roof was very heavy and it caved in on top of Heather and Tamra’s heads to the point where it could have done some serious damage, especially if they weren’t wearing their helmets.

“It’s hard to tell from the footage, but the roof of the dune buggy collapsed on top of Heather and Tamra’s heads. The roof was extremely heavy, maybe 70 to 100 pounds. Get all that weight moving, and the force hitting them was unbelievable. It’s a miracle they survived the impact,” Kelly Dodd explains about the crash, revealing that the ladies could have been seriously injured.

The caving roof could explain why Vicki felt pain in her neck and in her back. It was clear that she wasn’t too happy with the situation and that she was panicking. She reveals that she was scared about possibly being paralyzed. On The Real Housewives of Orange County, Gunvalson was airlifted to the hospital and fans will have to wait for an update until next week. But Dodd thanks Heather for being cool, calm, and collected during the crash.

“Heather too was instrumental in preventing further injuries. She was cool and calm under pressure and used her MTD [married to a doctor] to full effect. Her insisting that “nobody move” and telling the first responders to keep the injured ladies helmets on was excellent advice,” Kelly Dodd points out in her blog for Bravo, adding, “Both Tamra and Vicki were in a lot of pain. Since their injuries were different it’s hard to compare, but at the moment it seemed like Vicki was more severely hurt and at greater risk of spinal injury, nerve damage, concussion, internal injury, etc. Life-flighting Vicki to the trauma hospital in Palm Springs was the right decision.”

According to ET Online, Dodd has already revealed that she felt she was being watched over. Kelly Dodd reveals that she’s convinced that she had a guardian angel watching over her and that she’s happy everyone is alive and doing well.

What do you think of Kelly Dodd’s blog? Are you surprised the roof caved in so badly that they could have been seriously hurt?

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