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Australian woman injured in Sri Lanka bombings now out of danger, father says

Brisbane Times Thursday, 25 April 2019
An Australian woman who suffered horrific injuries in the Sri Lankan terror attacks on Easter Sunday is now "out of danger" and is expected to be moved out of intensive care on Thursday evening, her father says.
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