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'Sabrina was an angel and a peacemaker' say family

3 October 2013 Last updated at 12:07 BST

The family of a woman who was shot dead in London whilst out celebrating her 24th birthday - have described her as an "angel" and a "peacemaker".

Police believe Sabrina Moss, a nursery teacher and mum of one, was simply "in the wrong place at the wrong time" when she was caught in cross fire last month.

One man has been charged with Sabrina's murder and the attempted murder of her friend, Sabrina Gachette. Police made four further arrests in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

In an interview with BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire, Sabrina's cousin Natasha McIntosh and uncle Emmanuel Flavius described the moment they found out she had been shot.

Natasha McIntosh said she told herself "I'm going to get the hospital, I'm going to tell her to wake up."

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