According to KomoNews.com, a 67-year-old woman named Margy Conlee and her daughter were attacked by two men and a woman during last week’s parade in celebration of the Seahawks Super Bowl championship.
“I heard my daughter say, ‘He hit me!’ And as I came up (from picking up my cell phone), I still just see this brown fist just coming at me,” Conlee said. “That’s all I see.”
The police report states that the incident started as a verbal altercation and then escalated after her daughter Alyxa asked the group of people to watch their language around her 7 year old daughter.
“(It was) just very vulgar, very disrespectful to everybody,” Alyza remembers. “I asked, ‘Would you refrain from using such language? Because my daughter’s here and I don’t appreciate it.'”
“He said he had his own effing 5-year old there and wasn’t going to change his language for everybody,” added Conlee. “(My daughter) tapped him on the arm, like, ‘Can you please stop?’ and that’s when all the ruckus started.”
The two men each punched Alyxa in the face, while a woman pulled her hair. One of the men began punching Margy, who is 67 years old. The whole event, police say, was witnessed by the two girls who were with them, including Alyxa’s 7-year old daughter.
“I remember (I was) on the ground. I remember crying. I remember crowds and that’s all,” said Alyxa. “Now I can’t close my eyes without seeing (the attackers).”