Last weekend, four Seattle teenagers in a BMW got into an altercation with a group of approximately six men and women.
The incident began around 11:40 p.m. on Saturday in the 2600 block of California Avenue Southwest. According to the Seattle Police Department, the teenagers in question threw eggs at the other group’s car and drove off.
When the larger group decided to retaliate, however, the teenagers—reported to have been in their late teens—soon became the victims.
The two groups reportedly ran into each other again while driving near Alki Beach, at which point the suspects got into multiple cars to pursue the teenagers.
The report states that a large truck driving behind the teenagers rammed the back of their BMW multiple times.
Eventually, the suspects cornered the teenagers on a dead-end street around 1:15 a.m. and surrounded their car.
The suspects reportedly went on to bash the teenagers’ BMW with metal pipes or some other kind of weapon. They shattered most of the windows and heavily damaged every side of the car.
KATU reports that the suspects then attacked the victims themselves.
After the suspects drove off, the victims called 911. Officers arrived to find all of the teenagers with scratches and bumps. One of the victims was later transported to Highline Medical Center with an obvious head injury.
Officers were unable to locate the suspects. The BMW had to be towed from the scene.