Teen girl has head repeatedly bashed into concrete in gruesome, caught-on-camera brawl

A Missouri teenager was left in critical condition after her head repeatedly was bashed into the concrete road during a massive, off-campus high school brawl that was caught on camera.

The fight involving the teenage girl, whose identity has not been released, broke out around 2:30 p.m. Friday, at an intersection just north of Hazelwood High School, St. Louis police spokeswoman Vera Clay told Fox 2 Now.


The victim canm be seen trying to push her attacker away as the girl continues to pummel her while repeatedly calling her a “bitch.”

The attacker then straddles her victim and repeatedly smashes her head into the concrete road, as onlookers can be heard yelling, “Damn.”

Soon, the victim can be seen lying motionless on the ground while others continue to fight around her.

When the camera eventually pans back around, the victim — seen wearing a white hoodie and blue jeans — appears to twitch.

By the time police arrived, officers found the girl suffering from a severe head injury, Clay said.

The victim was taken to a local hospital, where she was listed in critical condition, according to Fox 2 Now.

Another unidentified 15-year-old girl was later taken into custody on assault charges, Clay said.


James Clark, vice president of public safety and community response at the Urban League, called the incident “a glimpse into the mentality and the culture of our young people.”

“The social pressure is to be socially dysfunctional,” he told KSDK.

“Who can be the loudest? Who can be the most disruptive?” he asked, highlighting the need for a change in community values.

Officials with the Hazelwood School District also said, “It is a tragedy anytime our children are hurt.

“Bullying and fighting in the community is an issue for which we all need to take ownership and work towards a resolution for the sake of our children,” school officials said in a statement to Fox 2 Now.


In the meantime, the school officials urged community members to “be kind and respectful of the families involved during this difficult time, and [to] pledge to help work toward the betterment of our entire community.”

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