Holy shit that's funny! All of a sudden like waist high pink 1 piece with only 1 foot in goes sailing past you. I'm not sure what's worse, a little kid going fast and out of control down a mountain, or when I see them snow plowing or having a yard sale on a steeper part of an intermediate run. If they can't stop and can't carve then why on Earth do people allow their kids to go down anything other than a beginner slope?
Haha sorry to see that, but you got bumrushed by a little girl.
It's OK man, it happens to the best of us. One time, we were getting off of the lift, and my friend stepped on my board with his free leg instead of his. It didn't end pretty, I was just glad to walk away without an injury.
We had a good laugh afterward, but I did warn him to sit on the opposite end of the lift chair next time. And we are to never ride on those smaller, two-person lift chairs ever again.
About 6 years ago, I was walking along the base at Mountain High when I heard screaming. It got louder very quickly; I look up the slope and see a ~12 year old boy on skis coming towards me with incredible speed. In the second of time I had to react, I jump back, narrowly missing him. Unfortunately, I was walking next to a wooden fence, and the kid slammed directly into it. He flipped over and landed on the other side. Judging by the level of his screams and how fast he was going, there isn't a doubt in my mind that he broke something(s). Probably the hip and a leg.
One time there was this 5 year-old boy at Winter Park who was messing around on rental skis just before taking his first lesson ever. He started sliding down the slope, gaining speed without the slightest idea of how to turn, slow, or stop. He went careening down to the end of the snow and got jettisoned into the parking lot, his mom in her casual shoes screaming and running after him.