Oz actress says she's 'Bloody lucky' to be back home
Sydney, Nov.29 (ANI): Australian television actress Brooke Satchwell today said that she was " really bloody lucky,'' to be back home after experiencing the terror attacks in Mumbai.
A visibly distressed Satchwell told The Sunday Telegraph today after her return: "We're fortunate the adrenaline's still pumping - that's keeping us standing...get some rest, see family and friends and take it from there.''
Her boyfriend Gross described the harrowing 48 hours in which he and Satchwell were held up in a Mumbai hotel as a horrifying experience.
"(Brooke) was so lucky - a matter of seconds. We all spent time in that lobby before they came in. We were moving between hotel rooms to stay safe.'' (ANI)
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