A woman was injured and bloodied after being struck with a bottle during an altercation with a group of women outside a Jack in the Box near San Jose State University, police said.
Police said the clash occurred around 1:20 a.m. Wednesday on the 100 block of East San Carlos Street, a block away from San Jose State University.
Officers said the victim, who has been hospitalized, is possibly in her 20s. The suspects were roughly a half dozen women, also in their mid-20s, according to police.
A source close to the investigation told NBC Bay Area that the woman sustained a head injury, but is expected to survive.
Woman Hit With Bottle in Altercation Near SJ Jack in the Box
Jack in the Box employees said they didn't see what happened.
The incident was captured on surveillance video from the nearby La Victoria Taqueria. Owner Nicandro Barrito installed the cameras a few months ago as an extra precaution following a shooting in the area.
Video shows the victim, which appears to be a woman wearing dark clothing, with several other woman throwing punches. About a minute into the attack, someone throws the woman to the ground behind a wall and several others start kicking her.
The victim was able to get up and walk into the Jack in the Box. Police showed up soon after, but the suspects had already taken off.