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Share this —. Bernstein suffered second-and-third degree burns and will require further medical treatment, he told NBC News in a phone interview Friday.
Althea Bernstein, 18, told investigators she was stopped at a traffic light in the city at around 1 a. The family is focusing on Bernstein's health and recovery.
Johnson said Bernstein does not know the men and despite what she's endured, she has forgiven them. So far, no arrests have been made.
Biracial woman, 18, in wisconsin says white men called her n-word, set her on fire
For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Wisconsin biracial woman says white men set her on fire while at traffic light June 27, Minyvonne Burke.
Bernstein was able to pat out the flames and then drove home. Police in Madison, Wisconsin, launched a hate crime investigation after a biracial African American woman said a group of white men doused her with lighter fluid and set her on fire.
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Her mother told her to go to the hospital, where she was told that the liquid was believed to be lighter fluid. Joel DeSpain, a police spokesman, said Friday that detectives are reviewing surveillance cameras to see if they captured the incident.
Wednesday when she heard someone yell a racial slur through her rolled-down window, according to a police department incident report. News Opinion World Business.
By Minyvonne Burke. She says one used a spray bottle to deploy a liquid on her face and neck, and then threw a flaming lighter at her, causing the liquid to ignite," the report states.
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An assault on an year-old biracial woman in Wisconsin is being investigated as a hate crime after she was set on fire in her car, according to the Madison Police Department.