Trampled By “Trudeau’s Horses”, Woman Moving To Florida
A tweet by Candy Sero, the woman who was trampled by mounted police officers, announced her decision on Twitter on Thursday.
“After getting trampled by horses by Trudeau I decided I will be moving to Florida with my family,” she wrote.
Footage showed mounted police officers charging through a narrow opening in the pro-freedom crowd, knocking down some people on the way through.
One of those who were knocked down was Sero, who was seen in video and photographs lying in the middle of the horses with her walking assist device.
According to her niece, Sero suffered a broken clavicle from the event.
Video shows Sero in a wheelchair leaving the hospital days after the incident, with the woman who took the video saying “born to be alive.”
Sero is heard saying, “Hold the line!”
According to her niece, she wrote in a Facebook post that her alleged aunt is “very much alive” after false reports said that the injured woman had passed away from the incident.
Original Article: https://thepostmillennial.com/woman-trampled-by-police-horses-at-freedom-protest-says-she-is-moving-to-florida/