Young girl in Bangor marina assault `was crying out for her mummy' when they rescued her
TWO women have told how they helped the teenage victim of an attack at Bangor marina home to safety after finding her "with blood pouring out of her".
EXCLUSIVE: Natalie and Caroline were first on the scene after an assault on a teenage girl at Bangor Marina over the weekend. They’ve been telling me about the moment they found the distressed girl. More @qnewsdesk throughout the afternoon and evening. pic.twitter.com/sVxw5iukHz— Hannah Spratt (@Radio_Han) April 23, 2018
The women, identified as Caroline and Natalie, told Q Radio that the young girl "was crying out for her mummy" when they rescued her on Friday evening.
"She was in an awful state, blood pouring out of her, not in a good way at all and filled with fear that they were going to come back and return for a third time," they said.
"So it was a matter of getting her home, keeping her safe and giving her medical attention.
"From what we've heard she's in a that bad a way that she can't get x-rays, left such swelling.
"But she's safe."