70-Year-Old Woman Viciously Attacked in Her Home in Canada

70-Year-Old Woman Viciously Attacked in Her Home in Canada

October 19, 2020
An elderly woman was left covered in her own blood after getting brutally attacked in Winnipeg, Manitoba over the weekend.
The incident, now under investigation, occurred right in the victim’s home on Mountain Avenue between McPhillips and Redford streets around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Nho Huynh, 70, is cut and bruised after getting attacked in her Winnipeg home. Image via Linda Huynh (@lindaandthecity)
Nho Huynh, 70, heard someone kicking her front door but did not immediately check to see who it was.
When the noise came to a halt, she decided to open the door to check for damages — but instead found the female perpetrator on standby.
Image via Linda Huynh (@lindaandthecity)
The suspect barged into Nho’s home and grabbed her by the hair. She then punched and kicked her in the face.
Nho managed to run outside the house and scream for help. A man intervened and the attacker eventually ran away.
Image via Linda Huynh (@lindaandthecity)
Nho’s daughter, Linda Huynh, arrived shortly after the incident. They rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment.
“It was very traumatizing and frightening, I don’t know what I would do if I lost her. She is my only family in Winnipeg,” Linda wrote on Instagram, warning others to stay safe and keep their doors closed.
After arriving from the hospital, Nho made Bánh Giò (Vietnamese pork dumplings). Image via Linda Huynh (@lindaandthecity)
Nho underwent a CT scan. Fortunately, she did not sustain anything more than cuts and bruises.
Linda described her mother’s attacker as likely in her 30s, standing 5 feet and 6 inches. She wore a pair of gray sweatpants and a hoodie.
“We both agreed that woman who attacked her wasn’t herself,” Linda noted. “We are assuming that she must have been on drugs because after the man stopped her from attacking, the woman started acting all vicious towards him and ran off.”
Linda also thanked Scott, the man who came to her mother’s aid. She described him as their “angel.”
“If it wasn’t for you, she could have been beaten to death. Your strength and bravery saved someone’s life,” Linda wrote.
Nho is now recovering from the incident. Linda urged others to share her mother’s story to spread awareness.
“My mom is so sweet, so innocent and caring. She is such a strong woman — who I am today is because of her. She is my best friend and I love her so much,” Linda added. “Without her, it would just be me. I wouldn’t have a family. She is my only family.”
The incident is now under investigation. Police are also watching over Nho in the area, Linda told NextShark.
      Carl Samson

      Carl Samson
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