Police say Lizzie Dunn sprayed herself with acid and then said a stranger attacked her.
Police say Lizzie Dunn sprayed herself with acid and then said a stranger attacked her. Screenshot from CBS2
Police say Lizzie Dunn sprayed herself with acid and then said a stranger attacked her. Screenshot from CBS2

A stranger disfigured her face in an acid attack, she told police. Then she confessed.

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  • Firefighter catches child thrown from the 3rd floor of burning building

    Video shows a Dekalb County, Georgia firefighter catching a child dropped from the top of a ladder at an apartment fire on January 3, 2018. The blaze at the Pine Tree Circle complex forced parents to jump from balconies and toss children as young as 1 month old to waiting firefighters below, DeKalb fire Capt. Eric Jackson said. "We were catching babies like a football," Jackson said. "Literally."