SAN ANTONIO -- A woman is recovering after she was attacked and beaten with a bat outside a Downtown clinic Thursday morning.
News 4 WOAI was told 26-year-old Kimberly Berain got into an argument with another woman in the parking lot of a clinic located on North Saint Mary's Street around 7:20 a.m. Thursday. After the women argued, Berain left with her husband, who was waiting in their car to pick her up.
Police say the other woman, who was with two other people in a Jeep, then followed Berain and her husband to a store parking lot in the 1900 block of St. Mary's Street. The two women then got into a physical fight and ended up on the ground. Berain's husband said a man who was with the other woman then got out of the Jeep and began kicking his wife. He told police he then grabbed baseball bat out of his car to try to stop the man, but said a third person in the Jeep bumped him and knocked the bat out of his hands.
Berain said the man who had kicked her picked up the bat and hit her in the back with hit. Berain's husband told police he and his wife managed to get back into their car as the man continued to swing the bat, hitting and damaging their car. Berain and her husband then drove to a store at Broadway and Josephine and called 911.
Berain was taken to Metropolitan Methodist Hospital.