Shree Saini, Miss World America 2019 Contestant Falls off The Stage; Indian-Origin Beauty Queen Rushed To ICU (View Pics)
Shree Saini (Photo Credits: File Image)

The on-going Miss World America Pageant 2019 was struck by tragedy when Indian-American contestant Shree Saini fell off the stairs and sustained serious injuries. She has been rushed to the ICU. A message being circulated in various media groups reads, "Indian - American Miss India USA *Shree Saini* got injured during Miss World America competition..She fell down during competition....She is in ICU Now....pray for her". Pictures of paramedics treating the actress are also doing the rounds. Shree is a Punjab-born Indo-America who has titles of Miss India Worldwide 2018 and Miss India USA 2017 to her credit. Miss India Worldwide 2018: Shree Saini From USA Crowned in New JerseyHere Are Some Of The Images:

Paramedics Attending to Her

Shree Saini (Photo Credits: File Image)

The Contestant Appeared to be In Pain

Shree Saini (Photo Credits: File Image)

Shree Being Treated

Shree Saini (Photo Credits: File Image)

A report in Tribune India read that Saini was a heart patient with a pacemaker fit in at the age of 12. She was told by her doctors that she could never dance. Shree was quoted in the article as saying, "I am fortunate to be selected as Miss World Washington to compete for Miss World America title, preliminary to the Miss World competition. I made to Top 5 Talent for Miss World America. When I was five, I told my preschool class teacher Mamta Dasaur in Ludhiana that I wanted to be Miss World and today with great humility I am looking to serve as Miss World America.”

After clinching two titles, this was the third one that Shree was aiming to conquer. The winner of the Miss World America 2019 pageant that is happening at the Hotel New Orleans in Las Vegas and commenced on October 12, 2019. And the winner of the Miss World America pageant will get a chance to represent the US at Miss World 2019 in London, which will take place on December 14, 2019 at ExCel. We wish Shree a speedy recovery!