MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The woman assaulted at Powderhorn Park while out cross-country skiing with her children released a statement saying she is healing from the attack thanks to family and friends.

Police say Wednesday night a group of teens attacked the woman. In an online blog, the woman said she was sexually assaulted but not raped.

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She also said two other girls who were attacked after her were able to fight off the four teenagers. Click here to read the entire statement from the woman.

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Police have two 14-year-olds, a 15- and 16-year-old in custody in connection with the crimes.

There is a “Peace in Powderhorn” vigil scheduled for Wednesday night at 7:30 at 32nd Street and 14th Avenue South, exactly one week after the attacks.

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The Powderhorn Park Neighborhood Association also plans to meet Thursday at 6:30pm for a Safety Brainstorming Gathering, to discuss how to make the neighborhood a safer place. Click here for more information on both events.