Diana Litzenberg doesn’t know when she’ll go home. She doesn’t know when she’ll walk. She doesn’t know when the nightmares of blood and bullets will stop, or when she’ll step into a crowd again without her breath racing and breaking down in tears. “I just want to be happy,” says the Orange County woman, two weeks into treatment after losing feeling in her body as she dodged bullets and frantic concertgoers trampled her at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Diana Litzenberg no sabe cuándo volverá a casa. No sabe cuándo caminará, cuando cesarán las pesadillas con sangre y balas, o cuando podrá estar entre una multitud sin que su respiración se acelere y broten lágrimas de sus ojos. “Sólo quiero ser feliz”, afirmó la mujer del condado de Orange, en tratamiento hace dos semanas después de perder la sensibilidad en su cuerpo mientras esquivaba las balas y los aterrorizados asistentes al festival de música Route 91 Harvest la pisoteaban.
Diana Litzenberg doesn't know when she'll go home. She doesn't know when she'll walk. She doesn't know when the nightmares of blood and bullets will stop, or when she’ll step into a crowd again without her breath racing and breaking down in tears. “I just want to be happy,” says the Orange County woman, two weeks into treatment after losing feeling in her body as she dodged bullets and frantic concertgoers trampled her at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
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Selecting a term
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