Although widely popular, the challenge poses a risk and many have been injured while attempting it. Police across the world has also jumped into action against participants.
Anna explains that after getting out of the vehicle, she tripped and "fell and hit my head".
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Anna Worden thought that like many others before her, she can pull off the viral "In My Feelings" dance craze or "Kiki challenge" - but doing it nearly cost her life.
Police departments across the states have been educating people not to take up the risky challenge which has gained tremendous popularity.
She warning others about the dangers of the KiKi challenge and other internet crazes. The government agency instructed those who wish to take on the viral challenge to attempt the dance in a safe and non-public road and to avoid dancing in incoming traffic. She's expected to be released from the hospital this week, the station reported. "I thought it would be a fun idea", she said.
Anna Worden, who's been dancing since she was 3 years old, has had to re-learn how to walk since the accident.
She also has a lesson to teach. "Be more careful about the challenges and fads that are going around", she says. Anna could be discharged from the hospital in the next few days but she still has a long road ahead with her recovery.