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Homeless Woman Physically Attacked 2-YO Toddler

Posted by Sandra On February - 22 - 2014

sonyaMANCHESTER, N.H. – Two-year-old Sonya Lambert is back home after a frightening attack outside a Market Basket supermarket in Manchester, New Hampshire on Wednesday. Sonya’s mother Krystan had been holding her daughter’s hand and pushing a grocery cart to the car when a stranger started to assault her little girl. “She was just swinging at her,” said Lambert. “Trying to hit her, circling around me.” READ MORE HERE










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