Newswoman Annabel Lund was cleaning her home in Juneau,
Alaska, when she entered a rear bedroom and discovered a burglar.
Lund tried to flee, but the man chased her, knocked her to the
floor, and stabbed her repeatedly. Bleeding badly, Lund broke loose
and retrieved a loaded pistol. Her attacker fled when she raised it
and threatened to shoot.
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