TUCSON, AZ - Detectives with the Pima County Sheriff's Department have released video of a mother, her son and a family friend being attacked at a Tucson bar hoping it will help capture the suspects involved.
Authorities said the attack happened back in February of 2013.
The 45-year-old woman told detectives they were outside smoking when someone started taunting her 21-year-old son.
A fight started and the mother and her male friend jumped in to help.
Police said the woman was thrown to the ground and kicked in the face. Her 40-year-old friend was also beaten and kicked. Her son was beaten so badly he had to be rushed to the hospital.
Eight people have been arrested in connection with the attack, but police said two suspects remain outstanding.
Police are asking anyone with information to call 911.
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