EVERETT, Wash. -- Authorities said a group of about 15 teenagers pulled a woman from her car and beat her Thursday afternoon near Mariner High School in Everett.
The attack happened after the woman honked her horn at them to move out of the way so she could enter her mother's apartment complex on Fourth Avenue West, said the Herald.
Police were called to the scene to stop the attack, but about an hour later, the teens, some possibly gang members, saw the woman as she was leaving pick up her 4-year-old daughter from preschool, and once again pulled her from her car and beat her.
The woman, 23, had her head slammed into her car, causing her left eye to be swollen shut. She also suffered cuts, bruises and abrasions. Her injuries sent her to the hospital, where she was released Thursday night, the Herald reported.
During the attacks, the woman's 10-month-old son was in the car's back seat.
Police interviewed and released two teenage girls, ages 17 and 18, who could face assault charges.
A 15-year-old girl, believed to be involved in the second attack, was arrested.
According to police, the teenagers interviewed in connection with the first attack were not involved in the second one.
Authorities said the accused are believed to be students at Mariner High School.
Deputies are continuing to investigate the assaults, police said.