Bruising to the girl's neck matched the seams of the coat he had been wearing, Mrs Vigars said. That drew his attention to the mobile phone. The court was told the girl had taken her phone out to call her mum and tell her she was close to home when she heard footsteps behind her. Mrs Vigars said: "She thought she was going to die. In a police interview shown to the jury, the girl said she heard someone coming up behind her before they chucked her phone and started "strangling" her. She flopped down and shut her eyes. Jurors were told as the boy tightened his grip, the girl felt she was "fading into a sleep" as she sat down in the water.
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