Thusha 'scared' after shooting

The six year old girl who was shot in a gang-related attack has told the Daily Mail of her fears of being hurt again.

Thusha Kamaleswaran is expected to be permanently wheelchair-bound after a bullet hit her in the chest.

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Young girl 'scared' after shooting

A five-year-old girl who was shot in a gang-related attack has told of her fears of being hurt again.

Thusha Kamaleswaran told a newspaper of her fears after the shooting in Stockwell, London Credit: Metropolitan Police/PA Wire

Thusha Kamaleswaran, now six, is expected to be permanently wheelchair-bound after a bullet hit her in the chest, shattering her dreams of becoming a dancer.

She told the Daily Mail: "I am scared to get into the car because of the strangers all around us. I worry that someone will try to hurt me again."

"I wanted to be a dancer. I wanted to dance properly, to take lessons," she added.

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