A young woman from Firestone suffered serious burns while teaching in Cambodia.
Reporter: WILDLIFE MANAGERS
HAVE DNA SAMPLES FROM THE
VICTIM'S CLOTHING AND OR
HUNTING ON THE DOWN THIS BEAR
NOW.
A TEACHER FROM FIRESTONE
WAS BADLY BURNED IN AN
EXPLOSION IN CAMBODIA.
THIS IS WHAT 18-YEAR-OLD ABBY
ALEXANDER LOOKED LIKE BEFORE
THE INCIDENT.
SHE IS BARELY RECOGNIZABLE NOW.
HER FAMILY SAYS SHE HAS BURNS
OVER 35 PERCENT OF HER BODY.
ABBY WAS WALKING TO HER JOB AT
AN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL WHEN
THERE WAS AN EXPLOSION AT AN
ILLEGAL GAS STATION.
NOW HER FAMILY IS RAISING MONEY
TO GET HER BACK TO COLORADO FOR
TREATMENT.
ABBY STUDENTS IN CAMBODIA ARE
OFFERING THEIR HELP.
AS A KINDERGARTEN TEACHER,
HER STUDENTS PAID $.25 FOR
SCHOOL LUNCHES AND THEY WERE
ABLE TO RAISE $500 FOR HER
WITHIN A MATTER OF A DAY.
Reporter: RIGHT NOW ABBY IS
BEING TREATED AT A HOSPITAL IN
CAMBODIA'S CAPITAL, THE PLAN IS
TO FLY HER BACK TO THE U.S. ON
FRIDAY FOR TREATMENT AT THE
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
HOSPITAL.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP WITH

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