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Young Mum fights for life after being stabbed pushing her 2 yr old

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DillyDally Thu 21-Apr-05 13:47:13


Fimbo Thu 21-Apr-05 13:48:18

Thats awful

noddyholder Thu 21-Apr-05 13:49:10

I saw this on sky news absolutely horrific she is so ill they have no real description of him What is wrong with people

psychomum5 Thu 21-Apr-05 13:50:31

That is horrifying....and what on earth will be the repucusions for the poor little boy, let alone the mummy.

JanH Thu 21-Apr-05 13:50:35

It must have been someone she knew, surely? Not a random attack?

donnie Thu 21-Apr-05 13:59:26

reminds me of the rachel nickell murder....that poor boy witnessed the entire thing.

NomDePlume Thu 21-Apr-05 14:01:16


WideWebWitch Thu 21-Apr-05 14:04:12

How awful. Isn't it quite a quiet leafy area too? Poor woman and child.

alexw Thu 21-Apr-05 15:03:42

Not that far from wimbledon either - could be linked to Nickell?? Sure they didn't get anyone in the end for that. Poor woman and for her little one to witness it too...

wilbur Thu 21-Apr-05 15:06:35

Horrifying. That's quite close to where I grew up, it's a really quiet area. Hope they catch someone.

Gobbledigook Thu 21-Apr-05 15:11:03

I wondered that JanH - often is in cases like this isn't it, but obviously not always.

So awful.

Dophus Thu 21-Apr-05 18:09:48

Things like this scare me. I spend a lot of time walking with my 12 week son in the quiet leafy streets of Surry. I even walk in the woods on my own and reassure myself that things like this never happen.

I hate to live fearing the world around me but every time these random attacks occur I think it must be time to stop walking on my own.

Poor woman and poor family.

pixiefish Thu 21-Apr-05 20:29:59

so very very and scary.As dophus says I often go for a walk on my own on woodland paths- could pass loads of people , could pass no one. Scary

Frizbe Thu 21-Apr-05 22:37:00

Horrific, I've just caught the news, my heart goes out to her and her family I hope they catch the individual involved soon. It just reminds us all to be as aware as possible at all times.........

paolosgirl Thu 21-Apr-05 22:45:18


RTKangaMummy Fri 22-Apr-05 10:26:53

DillyDally Fri 22-Apr-05 10:51:28

I think we should all get those rape alarms and have a mobile with us at all times and avoid secluded paths unless absolutely necessary

cod Fri 22-Apr-05 10:52:16

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JanH Fri 22-Apr-05 10:54:50

latest from BBC .

It doesn't sound very promising and that poor little boy - one of the neighbours who helped her said he looked numb.

cod Fri 22-Apr-05 10:55:51

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Frizbe Fri 22-Apr-05 10:57:04

agree cod, time for self defence lessons for us all

mumtochloe Fri 22-Apr-05 11:03:07

So shocking. I also grew up not far from there and it really makes you think that it could happen to any one of us. What kind of sicko does this - never mind in front of a 20 month old baby.

Hope she fully recovers though it is looking unlikely at present

Toothache Fri 22-Apr-05 11:06:14

ambrosia Fri 22-Apr-05 13:03:59

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