Attack victim hopes to spread safety awareness

A Woodlawn woman who was attacked on a Bronx street last month is trying to share her story to spread safety awareness in her neighborhood.

THE BRONX - A Woodlawn woman who was attacked on a Bronx street last month is trying to share her story to spread safety awareness in her neighborhood. Alisha Jordan, 20, was brutally attacked in July on Katonah Avenue. She now hopes to teach Woodlawn residents safety tips that could save lives. Jordan's friends say that she wants to make sure she is the last person in the area to suffer from such an attack. Jordan has also asked for more police to patrol the Woodlawn area.Alleged Woodlawn attacker taken into custody

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