WARNING: This article contains details of violence.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl injured in an attack by a group of teenage girls in Surrey says she is thankful for the support her family has received.
The mother attended a rally Sunday in response to the assault, which took place at Hillcrest Elementary School on the evening of May 7.
Vehicles decorated in pink with signs saying “stand up to bullying” and “love not hate” drove through Cloverdale to show support for the victim, who was bruised and beaten in an attack that RCMP described as “extremely disturbing.”
The victim’s mother, who CBC News is not identifying as the incident involves minors, says she is grateful for the support.
“My daughter suffers
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