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Susan Jones was nearly beaten to death earlier this year.

Now she's going public and hoping her story helps other women leave abusive relationships. "He got mad and pulled a 12-gauge on me; we fought over that and then he began beating me with his fists and strangling me," said Susan Jones. Susan Jones never thought she'd become another face of domestic violence.

 "My kids have lost their dad, grandkids have lost their grandpa," she said. According to court documents, Jones' husband, David Jones, attacked her last January. Her face was swollen and his hands left bruises on her neck where he tried to strangle her.

"While he was strangling me I was thinking about my little grandkids and my children - thinking I was taking my last breath," she said.  David Jones is now in the Creek County jail waiting trial on domestic violence.

Jones recently decided to take her story public. She started a Facebook page and wants to encourage other men and women to get out of violent relationships. "I'm hoping it'll save somebody's life. Hopefully, it will help another family from being torn apart," Jones said.