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A woman walking down a street wearing a dress pulled down past her shoulders and over her hips was punched in the head and knocked to the ground in the most violent confrontation seen in the past few days in Chicago.
Two young males were taken into custody by police, while another female, who was also in a dress, sustained “significant” trauma after she was knocked to the ground and dragged across the sidewalk.
It was not immediately clear why the two fought. NBC Chicago reported that one of the males threw the woman to the ground. She suffered a broken nose and was bleeding from her nose and mouth, reports ABC News.
Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy told reporters at an afternoon news conference: “This is not about race. This is about one man assaulting another in broad daylight on a public park.” However, a spokesperson for the local police union said the violence was racially motivated.
The fighting involved about 20 people gathered in the city’s West Town neighborhood on Monday afternoon, reports CBS Chicago.
“We were walking down the street and someone from the group tried to grab our bags, so we took shelter,” a witness told ABC Chicago. “He started arguing with us, saying something like, ‘We’re not leaving until everybody’s gone.'”
However, the women in the group told ABC Chicago that they were simply trying to hold their belongings on the sidewalk so they could flee.
“We thought it was a joke but it really did hurt to be hit that much,” one of the
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