The Montreal bus surfer, Cassandre Thomas, has been making waves online since her stunt on Sherbrooke last Saturday.\nSo, we decided to learn a little more about her.\nFind out all about her below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nSince this past Saturday, February 8, a 19-year-old woman has been the talk of the town in Montreal. Cassandre Thomas hung onto the bumper of a moving STM bus and shared it on social networks with the caption "When you miss your bus." The video of her actions quickly went viral as the young woman was being pulled by the bus, on the street, without protective gear, which is how she became known as the Montreal bus surfer.\nIn an interview with Narcity, she said that, for her, it was just one stunt among many. The slide, which caused controversy in Quebec, was not Cassandre's most dangerous stunt.\nShe's been an adrenaline junky since she was a little girl and currently devotes her life to stunts and acrobatics.\nBelow, you'll find the viral video of a bus making its way on Rue Sherbrooke in Montreal with her on the back, which was seen by hundreds of thousands of people across various platforms.\nShe definitely found an original way to make her way down Sherbrooke.\nView this post on Instagram Quand tu rates le bus 😂🚎 When you miss your bus 😂🚌 A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Feb 8, 2020 at 9:07am PST\nIf you're curious about this Montrealer who's currently making waves on social networks, here's what you need to know.\nCassandre Is A 19-Year-Old From Saint Martin\nView this post on Instagram Baaby💙 Vous préférez les chiens🐶 ou les chats🐱? A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Jul 30, 2019 at 12:06pm PDT\nSaint Martin is a French and Dutch island in the Caribbean Sea.\nIt's only been two years since she and her family moved to Montreal after Hurricane Irma devastated their home.\nShe explains that it has been a real adjustment being here since there are far fewer rules where she comes from.\nShe's Part Of A Family Of Five Children\nView this post on Instagram J’en ai trop qui veut partager?😋 I have too many who wants to share?🍩🤗 A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Feb 5, 2020 at 9:35am PST\nShe has an older sister and three younger siblings.\nShe Used To Be Home-Schooled\nView this post on Instagram J’ai trouvé a quoi ça sert un lit!! 😄 • I found the purpose of a bed!! 😍 • #flip #fun #love #parkour A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Mar 24, 2019 at 11:56am PDT\nShe and her siblings have all been or are still being homeschooled.\nCassandre graduated at 16 years old and has not gone on to higher education. She wants to focus on her career.\nShe Began Doing Stunts When She Was Very Young\nView this post on Instagram Tb 💦💎 A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Jun 21, 2015 at 8:58am PDT\nCassandre explains that she doesn't remember how old she was when she started doing stunts. She even jokingly said she learned to walk on a trampoline.\nAccording to her, this is something common in her family. Her father used to do a lot of stunts and sports in the past, and her siblings do too — although not as much as she does.\nShe Dreams Of Becoming A Stuntwoman\nView this post on Instagram C’est quoi votre destination de rêve? 💫 What’s your dream destination? 🤩 #newyork #timessquare A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Jan 26, 2020 at 7:56am PST\nAnd she works extremely hard to improve herself.\nCurrently, she does a lot of strength training at the gym, parkour, biking, climbing, and motorcycling.\nShe explains that her physical fitness helps her not get injured and have good control of her body.\nShe Says This Is The Hardest Stunt She's Ever Done:\nView this post on Instagram Dream trick🤩 N’abandonne jamais😅 Never Give Up 💪🏽💯 #cliffjumping #fail #sendit A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Jul 8, 2019 at 11:46am PDT\nShe performed this stunt in Montreal.\nShe explains that she had been thinking about it for a long time, and the first video demonstrates that it took her several tries to reach the result of the second one.\nCassandre Has Never Seriously Injured Herself Doing Acrobatics\nView this post on Instagram I’ve always wanted to fly 🐥 @diversithib A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Sep 20, 2018 at 3:12pm PDT\nShe says she's been injured before, but never doing her stunts. Her biggest injury during a trick was a sprained ankle.\nShe Doesn't Intend To Stop Doing Her Stunts, Despite The Controversy\nView this post on Instagram Vous faites la meme chose apres une longue journée ? 🤣 Do you guys do the same after a long day?☀️🤣 #QuickDip 🌊🌊 A post shared by Cass 🏄🏽♀️ (@cass.officiel) on Dec 2, 2019 at 10:45am PST\nShe acknowledges that the story of the bus may not have been her most cautious idea under the circumstances, but that she is still pleased with the visibility it has given her.\nUnsurprisingly, her Instagram subscriber base has exploded in the last 48 hours.\nCassandre is already planning stunts in Saint Martin since she's going back there soon.\n* This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.