Shelli Fryer has spent the past six weeks feeling worried, isolated and overwhelmed.
She was held hostage during a bank robbery in Saanich, B.C., on June 28. Since then, she’s struggled to find the emotional support needed to work through her trauma.
“It’s hard. I am not really recovering,” she said.
Fryer was sitting down for a meeting with the bank manager that day when she looked over and saw a man standing outside the door with a firearm.
She watched as the robbery took place, discreetly calling 911 on her cellphone from the manager’s office.
A shootout with police followed, in which the two suspects were killed and six police officers were shot.
Hostage recounts B.C.
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