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Family: Six-year-old Fitchburg stabbing victim released from hospital

Published On: May 08 2013 04:17:17 PM CDT
FITCHBURG, Wis. -

Adrianna Harmon, the 6-year-old Fitchburg girl, who police say suffered stab wounds at the hands of her mother, is out of the hospital.

According to her family, she is living with a relative.

Harmon was released from the hospital Monday, two weeks after being stabbed seven times, three times in the chest and four times in the back.

Her mother, Tasha Harmon, told investigators the devil told her to stab and kill her daughter, police said. She will be in court for a preliminary hearing Wednesday. 

Donations to help the girl's recovery should be sent to: 

Adrianna Harmon Benefit
c/o Westby Co-op Credit Union
2403 U.S. Highway 14 East
PO Box 110
Richland Center, WI 53581

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