A 26-year-old woman is recovering from facial injuries after a group of teens allegedly attacked her on a Baltimore city bus, according to a report.

Sarah Kreager tried to sit down on the bus but a fight broke out with a group of nine middle school students, police said.

The police report shows that one of the students kept jumping in front of Kreager, saying that the seats were reserved.

Click here to read the report in The Baltimore Sun.

When police arrived, the students had beaten Kreager and dragged her out of the bus's rear door. Kreager suffered broken bones around her left eye socket and cuts on her head, neck and back.

The nine students, ages 14 or 15, were released to the custody of their parents under home detention until their next hearing on Jan. 4. They were charged as juveniles with aggravated assault and destruction of property.

The bus driver radioed for help about 3 p.m. on Tuesday but the beating continued, according to the police report.

Kreager's boyfriend, Troy Ennis, was also beaten.

Beverly Bell, the mother of one of the teen suspects, claims that Kreager spit in the face of one of the girls before the attack occurred. She also claims that Ennis pulled out a knife and threatened the teens.