HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) - ***WARNING: Video in this story may be too graphic for some. Viewer discretion is advised.***
Shocking video making the rounds on social media shows a Hattiesburg woman being run over by someone she was having an altercation with.
The victim, who only identified herself as CJ, was run over by a car in the parking lot of her apartment complex on Foxfire Drive Saturday morning.
Whitney Crosby, CJ's girlfriend, said two women came over to fight her.
"They called my girlfriend and asked her to come down the steps," said Crosby. "By the time she made it down the steps and hit the corner, the young lady hit her [with a car]."
According to Crosby, The Hattiesburg Police Department was called to the scene. That is when CJ said everyone involved, including herself, was handcuffed.
CJ said the woman that ran her over was still near the scene, and was able to point out her car to the police.
"They went and pulled her over and they brought her back to my house, and put me in handcuffs after getting hit by a car," said CJ. "They didn't ask me if I needed an ambulance or nothing, they just was like 'It was too hot to be fighting and we putting our life in danger because you over here fighting.'"
Crosby said an ambulance did show up to the scene, but she decided to take CJ to the hospital herself.
CJ was released from the hospital with minor injuries. Crosby said the police did not make a police report at the scene, but on Monday she and CJ wrote their own complaint at the police station.
It is unclear if the first responders were ever shown the shocking video.
WDAM 7 News reached out to Hattiesburg Public Information Officer Lt. Jon Traxler Wednesday morning regarding the incident. Originally he said that there was no incident report filed, but later contacted WDAM and said he couldn't talk about the incident. It is unclear at this time whether or not official charges will be brought forth.
Crosby said CJ was picked up by a Hattiesburg Police Department officer from her home Wednesday afternoon, and taken to the police station for questioning.