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Kim McCusker discusses her book ‘Scarred – But Not For Life’. (Camera & Editing: Darlene Creamer)
 
 
 
 
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Brutally dragged 780 metres beneath a taxi – a young woman’s inspiring story of survival, courage, and the will to live.

13 September 2011. The story would shock thousands and be remembered by many for years to come. It would be plastered all over the papers and continue to attract interest well after the shock factor of what happened had passed.

Reports and articles would be written, and “facts”, as given to reporters by some of those involved and willing to be interviewed, would be recounted and repeated in all forms of public media over the months and even years that followed. And although these versions would generate widespread outrage, none was entirely accurate.

The stories were about me. I was there.

I am Kim McCusker, “the girl who was dragged by a taxi”.

This, as I experienced it, is the true version of events.

 

Scarred – But Not For Life is published by Tracey McDonald publishers

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