Texas Shooting Massacre's Lone Survivor

Teenager who survived the deadly attacks on her family's home speaks at memorial.
1:47 | 07/12/14

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the teenager who was the only survivor of a deadly attack on her family's home is speaking out for the first time. And we're also hearing more from her grandparents, whose lives she is credited with saving. ABC's Mara schiavocampo has the story. Reporter: Flashing a brave smile, 15-year-old Cassidy stay was greeted by hundreds of friends and neighbors after surviving the unthinkable. I'm really thankful for all of the people that have been praying for me and keeping me and my family in their thoughts. Reporter: 33-year-old Ron Haskell faces capital murder charges, accused of fatally shooting Cassidy's parents and four siblings, allegedly because they wouldn't tell him where to find his ex-wife, Cassidy's aunt. Officials say the teen survived by playing dead, and is hailed as a hero for quickly alerting police Haskell was allegedly heading to her grandparents' house next, likely saving their lives. Today, we have to grateful to god to have Cassidy back with us. We continue to be in awe how she was able to save us. Reporter: The Houston teen was released from the hospital in good condition Friday, but her healing is just beginning. I know that my mom, dad, Brian, Emily, becca and Zach are in a much better place and I'll be able to see them again one day. Reporter: The celebration of life was held just blocks from the family's home. Hundreds of balloons were released skyward in memory of the stay family. Thank you all for coming and showing your support for me and my family. Stay strong. Reporter: Cassidy is getting a lot of support from her community. Many today wore ribbons in her favorite color, turquoise, and more than 4,000 people have donated money to help cover the family's expenses. Remarkably brave young woman. She sure is. Mara, thank you. And now we go overseas to

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