A According to a funding campaign, a woman who fired on a TTC bus on suspicion of a hate crime attack last month is dealing with "full-thickness burns."
"My sister was in the process of working as a professional caregiver when she was attacked by a stranger who threw a light liquid and set it on fire on June 17,"GoFundMe. Read the campaign12} Founded by female sister Dawa.
"This was a random hatred by a stranger at Kipling (TTC) station. Now my sister is suffering from full-scale burns and is in crisis. It's under the support of life, "Dawa wrote in a campaign launched over the weekend.
"My sister is a caregiver who has lived a life of serving others. At this point, we are from you in her long journey. I really need support. Please help me with what I can and pray for her recovery. "
The victim's name has not been published.
Tenzin Norbu, 33, from Toronto, has been detained.
He has been charged with attempted murder, weapons assault, general sabotage endangering life / public safety and mischief over $ 5,000 — sabotaging his property.
In a post-attack release, police said, "After consulting with a service-specialized hate crime unit, the investigation has been treated as a suspected hatred-motivated crime."
As of noon on Tuesday, more than $ 6,000 of the $ 25,000 goal was raised.