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Special Report Transcript Episode 12, Section 5, Time 29:08
I had hair right down to my waist. And that had all set alight, it was burning, I was walking like hitting it out. And our skin, it must have been the sulphur or something in the bomb, it was burning like an acid had been poured from the top of your head right down to your feet. It just carried on burning. And it felt, my ankles were so full of shrapnel and my one ankle had actually broken. That when I walked out here, it felt like I was walking on stumps. When I got out there I actually told my sister, ‘please look and just hold me, are my legs still there’, because it was in such incredible pain.
Notes: Michelle Brody interviewed, Queenstown Spur
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