“I was safe and did not leave the facility until Morrow EMT medical professionals arrived and rendered emergency support,” she said.
Franklin, who is now in her second term on the commission, is running to be its chairwoman. She has had a rocky tenure over the last year, including being the subject of lawsuits and an ethics investigation.
She said in the Sunday post that she will work with police “to ensure that justice is served, and I will also be advocating for improved safety measures at events like these.”
“No one should have to go through what I experienced, and I want to thank all of you for your support during this challenging time,” she wrote. “Stay tuned for further details as we work towards a safer environment for all.”