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Video shows 2 women beating Olsen Middle School student outside campus – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

DANIA BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Two women are accused of ambushing and beating up a student outside of Olsen Middle School in Dania Beach after lessons in a struggle documented on cellphone video that has since gone viral.

Students who spoke with 7News stated the beatdown occurred Monday afternoon after faculty.

The sufferer is seen making an attempt to stroll away when the youthful attacker grabbed her by the hair till she fell down. The sufferer is pulled so onerous, she’s dragged throughout the sidewalk.

An older lady and the youthful attacker are then seen hitting and kicking the center schooler as she lies on the bottom.

Moments later, the older lady, seen sporting a purple T-shirt and black shorts, grabbed the sufferer by the hair and punched her within the face and higher physique.

The two attackers are seen pulling the sufferer nearer to a sidewalk earlier than they proceed hitting her.

“It’s horrible. She didn’t need to be persecuted for that. That’s somebody’s child,” stated a person.

A student stated he is aware of the woman who was attacked.

“I heard about it yesterday. My friend showed [the video] to me,” he stated.

The student, nonetheless, doesn’t know the way or why the struggle began.

(*2*) stated father or mother Eva Cuello, “and people are so anxious and crazy and aggressive.”

“They should know better, they hit her or they don’t,” stated the person. “You should know better not to put your hands on a child; you have a child of your own.”

“[The older woman] should have never gotten involved other than to contact somebody from the school, an authority that would try to find out what happened and how to stop that,” stated Cuello.

Broward Sheriff’s Office investigators stated they have been alerted concerning the incident on Tuesday. They stated they can not verify whether or not or not the attackers are mom and daughter.

Detectives stated BSO’s Special Victims Unit continues to research the incident.

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