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He then raped Dunn and bludgeoned her with a wooden board, breaking her jaw and eye socket, and left her for dead. After the attack, Dunn spent five days in the hospital.Although her physical ailments healed, the emotional healing took much longer.'For a long time, I avoided railroad tracks any way I could,' she said.'And anytime I heard the sound of a train, I just kind of shut down.'Dunn overcame the attack to graduate from University of Kentucky in 2000, but instead of joining her family's hotel business, she became an advocate for victims of sexual assault and other violent crimes.Now her story of survival and healing is recounted in 'Sole Survivor'.'I needed to hear that everything you're going through is OK.It's OK to feel that way.' In July 1999, aware the authorities were closing in on him, Resendiz (pictured, May 2000) surrendered to Texas police.Ashley Sawyer was found dead on April 30 at an apartment complex in Hoover, Alabama, police told CNN.
On the twentieth anniversary of her survival she has written a book retelling her tragedy in hopes of inspiring resilience in others In August 1997, Dunn, then 20 years old (left), and her then-boyfriend Chris Maier (right) - students at the University of Kentucky - were attacked by Angel Maturino Resendiz - the notorious 'Railroad Killer'.
He went on trial for the slaying of a physician during the deadly spree that earned him a spot on the FBI's Most Wanted list. So I let all those bad feelings go with him,' she said.
Resendiz was convicted and put to death by lethal injection in June 2006.
She co-founded Holly's House, an advocacy center for victims in her hometown of Evansville, Indiana.
In July 1999, aware the authorities were closing in on him, Resendiz surrendered to Texas police.