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West Virginia woman wakes up from 2-year coma, names brother as attacker

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A West Virginia woman who was in a coma for two years, now identifies her brother as her attacker in the assault that left her on the cusp of death. NBC News’ Steven Romo reports on how police initially considered her brother a suspect due to a previous violent history between the two.