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Queensland mum fears her neck arteries could ‘collapse’ at any moment months after being strangled

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Each week, Australian women face the threat of abuse, murder and domestic violence. Queensland mum fears her neck arteries could ‘collapse’ at any moment months after being strangled. An Aussie mum lives in fear the arteries in her neck could “collapse” at any moment. It’s the brutal side effect to a horror attack. Ben Graham@bengrahamjourno news.com.au JULY 26, 2019 10:31PM A mother from Queensland said she wakes up choking with the constant fear the arteries in her neck will “collapse on themselves” after she was strangled by her partner 18 months ago. Sue* shared a horrific account of the domestic violence [...]

Queensland mum fears her neck arteries could ‘collapse’ at any moment months after being strangled2019-08-18T13:04:39+10:00

Institute’s role to stop domestic violence stranglers

2019-08-18T13:05:04+10:00

Betty Taylor from the Red Rose Foundation: “We want to look at having a national conversation around laws, policy, public awareness and research.’’ Picture: AAP Institute’s role to stop domestic violence stranglers Leading domestic violence experts will launch a new national institute next month to prevent strangulation, a major indicator of impending fatal violence. There is growing understanding that strangulation — if it doesn’t instantly result in death — can be a precursor to murder and cause injuries that can prove fatal months later. Betty Taylor, chief executive of the Red Rose Foundation, which works to end domestic and family violence [...]

Institute’s role to stop domestic violence stranglers2019-08-18T13:05:04+10:00