Natasha Bostock and Tia Platt
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Girls who saved man from Wrexham river attack speak out

Schoolgirls who confronted two men carrying out a violent river attack have modestly denied they are heroes.

Two of the three girls said they did what others would have done in the circumstances.

They feared the victim was going to be drowned in the ferocious attack by two men, high on drink and drugs, and only did what they hoped others would do if they were in the same situation.

A crown court judge rewarded them for helping the victim in Wrexham.

Natasha Bostock and Tia Platt, 13 at the time but now 14, said that they did not feel like heroes.

  • 23 Mar 2015