Chris Pizzello/APSean Kingston's jet ski passenger says she won't take any legal action against the singer.
Sanchez is a longtime friend of the "Beautiful Girls" singer and says she knows "he didn't mean to get either of us hurt."
She tells the site she believes Kingston lost control of the jet ski after he realized the bridge was too low for the two of them to clear and tried to swerve away.
But while the maneuver left Sanchez with little more than a sore jaw and ribs, Kingston remains in critical condition after sustaining significant injuries and swallowing large amounts of water. Doctors reportedly plan to keep him for at least another few weeks.
"I am going to be visiting him in the hospital at some point soon," Sanchez said, "and [I] hope he has a speedy recovery."
The singer's rep said, "Sean's family thanks everyone for their prayers and support during this time."