Three days after an 11-year-old girl fell off a horse and hit her head on the Westside... her future is still uncertain. Natasha Holt is the daughter of Jacksonville city councilman Ray Holt. She remains in the hospital tonight after getting injured while riding with her family and friends on Sunday. Channel 4's Vic Micolucci talked to a local neurologist ...Not affiliated with the girl's treatment ... about what doctors are doing to save her life. Vic joins us live ... Vic/ 3 3 3 Brain injuries are so dangerous...and so tough to treat. This girl is fighting for her life right now...and doctors say if there is anything positive about all this -- it's her age.Because being so young may help her recover. :05-:10:25-29 43:42 "Traumatic brain injuries are at the very least very dangerous." Doctor Ravi Yarlagadda is a neurologist at St.Vincent's Hospital.He's not treating the girl, but did give us some insight into her kind of injury. He says it will be an uphill battle...and brain injuries are always so tough to treat....but the fact that she's young may be a positive thing.44:53 "Age seems to be on her side. Beacuse the risk of long term damage in terms of the immediate outcome standpoint, seems to be always worse as we get older." According to police, Natasha Holt fell off the horse and hit her head on a tree. People at the scene did CPR to revive her...and a helcopter flew her to the hospital. Our neurologist says that was a crucial time for the girl's survival...and the sooner patients like her get to the hosptial, the better off they'll be.If she does survive, which everyone is hoping for, she could still face a lifetime of problems.. But there is ALWAYS hope ...that she can make a full recovery. Many doctors say the first few days will tell a lot about the girl's future. Doctor Yarlagadda says it's true, but even then, head injuries are always changing and unpredictable. 49:52 "It keeps changing from minute to minute, hour to hour, day to day. And theres no way to predict because of that what could be an outcome, even within those 72 hours." 3 "Tasha is hanging in there. The family appreciates all the outpouring of love and concern. What we need is continued prayer.There is still some uncertainty but there is much hope". - Nanette Holt, Natasha's mother 3 And Natasha Vic, could Natasha have to undergo brain surgery to help in her recovery?