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FERGUSON, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- A Ferguson woman who was shot in the head last Tuesday during early moments of a peaceful Michael Brown protest said she is still waiting for police to take action.
“No officer ever showed up to speak with me... neither from Ferguson police or St. Louis County," Mya Aaten-White told News 4.
Last Tuesday evening Mya Aaten-White says she was walking down West Florissant to get back to her car. Before she made it to her car, violence erupted.
“I made it a block and a half then I heard gunshots, I put my hands to my head and realized I had been shot in the forehead,” she said.
... asked me what happened. I said ‘I was shot,’ obviously.’”