Two women drag female driver from car, beat her in broad daylight on Seattle street in road rage assault

The victim accidentally cut off the suspects' vehicle before they dragged her out of her truck and beat her in the street.

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Seattle police are investigating after two unidentified females pulled a 22-year-old woman from her car and beat her in the street in a road rage incident over the weekend. On Saturday at 4:36 pm, officers were called for a road rage call near California Ave SW and SW Charlestown St. in West Seattle.



The victim told FOX 13 that she was in town from Yakima visiting her father in a nursing home who had suffered a brain injury after getting three tumors removed. According to the victim, who kept her identity secret, she accidentally cut off the suspect's vehicle and in response, they dragged her out of her truck and started beating her.

She told the outlet, “While I was getting beat up in the intersection, my truck rolled down the hill into three parked cars. And my sister had to chase it and try to stop it so it didn't hurt anybody.” The victim said a Good Samaritan intervened and pulled the attackers off of her.

Video of the incident showed the attack as well as the two female attackers walking back to their Range Rover and speeding away. However, they didn’t get far. Another video obtained by the outlet showed the vehicle a few blocks away near Alki Beach.

The victim told the outlet, "It’s disheartening that Seattle Police didn’t show up in a timely manner. We could have got those girls. They were a mile away on the beach partying.”

A Good Samaritan who tried to stop the attack told Fox 13, "It’s sad that this is the state of our city. That I have to worry. You have to worry. We all have to worry. That we could be victimized, and then the criminals are emboldened, knowing there is no accountability for their actions.” She added, "I kept apologizing for our city, saying," I’m sorry you had to experience this.' This is just awful."
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