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PHOENIX -- A Valley woman appeared on the Comedy Central show "Tosh.0" on Tuesday night for a bit of "web redemption."

Nicole Easton, from Peoria, Ariz., then 19, jumped off a roof with a friend last summer, breaking both her feet after landing on pavement, instead of in the swimming pool below.

Easton was confined to a wheelchair for at least six months and was unable to work. Her mother even set up an online account, asking for donations.

Comedian Daniel Tosh, host of Comedy Central's "Tosh.0," a show that focuses on embarrassing viral web videos and "redeeming" the people in them, sat down with Easton to discuss how her recovery has been.

"I limp...and I can't wear high heels anymore," she told him.,

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