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Woman thrown in pool says, 'Nobody should have to go through that'

A person splashes into a pool

A Broward Sheriff's Office report says Nancy James was soaked and bruised when a deputy responded Saturday evening to Players Place apartments in North Lauderdale. The woman told police about 200 young people were there.

"No one should ever have to go through that", James said."I didn't really even get to come in and this kid comes in from behind, picks me up, drops me and drags me into the pool".

Deputies are investigating and trying to talk to anyone involved and identify the man who threw her into the pool. She was examined by North Lauderdale paramedics on the scene, police said. She also said she sustained injuries to her right leg and left shoulder. The teen could face battery charges against an elderly person and was taken to the Broward Regional Juvenile Facility, the Miami Herald reported.

One girl who was at the party said the boy didn't slam Ms. James on the ground on objective.

She initially called police about the noise at the party and then went over to ask partiers to turn down the loud music, she told the station.

The teen, accompanied by his mother, turned himself in after the incident.

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Moments later, as she makes her way toward a separate crowd of gentlemen, another male party guest makes his way around the group of people and scoops the woman up by the lower half of body, causing them both to collapse and slam to the concrete, seemingly by accident.

"Thank God, nice kids that live here, they helped me", James said.

Meanwhile, other the party-goers can be heard laughing and soon run away from the incident, Daily Mail notes.

"She's an elder, you need to show respect for your elders that's insane, that's a terrible, awful thing that happened to her", said Simmonds.

The teen surrendered to Broward Sheriff's Office Monday around 5 p.m.

Residents at the apartment complex said they were shocked at what occurred in their community.