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A mother in Philadelphia suffered severe burns when she caught fire during an argument.

Alyssa Morales, 36, has second- and third-degree burns on more than 60% of her body, according to Philadelphia police.

Authorities are reviewing a video of the incident, which took place around midnight on June 16.

1800 block of Harrogate Park in Philadelphia, where a woman was set on fire during an argument.

1800 block of Harrogate Park in Philadelphia, where a woman was set on fire during an argument.
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A witness told authorities he saw Morales and a man arguing with another woman in Harrogate Park, and that woman “caught fire before spraying some kind of liquid on women and men,” said Philadelphia Police Department Chief Inspector Frank. Vanor.

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The video shows Morales calling 911, a group of people who identified and did not respond as being alone. Police said the man with the morale‌ fled the scene.

Morales was taken to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia.

Morales was taken to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia.
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Morales was rushed to Temple University Hospital where she could not identify herself due to pain. Fox 29 Philadelphia.

According to an online fundraising website started by a Morales friend, she was listed as “Jane Doe” before being recognized by family members.

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The victim’s mother, Lee Ann Morales, told CBS3 that Alyssa was a “permanent loss” and a “new face”.

According to a fundraising website, Lee is raising Alyssa’s daughter in Ann Florida, but Alyssa has been battling drug addiction for over a decade.

Prior to the incident, according to CBS3, Lee Ann had not seen his daughter for four years.

According to the Philadelphia Police Department, those who set Morales on fire could be charged with firing, aggravated assault and endangerment of negligence.

According to the Philadelphia Police Department, those who set Morales on fire could be charged with firing, aggravated assault and endangerment of negligence.
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“Drug trafficking and” prostitution “are rampant in the area,” police said.

Authorities say those responsible for setting Morales on fire could face charges of aggravated assault, arson and negligence.

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Morales was medically in a coma.

Police are investigating whether anyone would have come if the information was known.