Elementary school mothers 'nearly kill' each other in bus stop fight where one 'got her throat slashed with a 7-inch shard from a COFFEE CUP' and had to be air-lifted to hospital

A fight between two mothers of elementary school children started with one being airlifted to hospital after the women used shards of the mug to slash each other.
The horrifying brawl broke out at a bus stop in Sarasota, Florida with young children and their parents witnessing the violence Tuesday.
Tiffany Cruz, 26, said she smashed the mug over Leslie Arguelles' head in self-defense but admitted it started with an 'incident that made no sense'.
Their disliking for each began two weeks ago when they disagreed about parenting. Cruz reportedly accused Arguelles, 32, of bullying a child but the spat simmered down until Tuesday morning.
'She walks directly up to me … she said we need to hash this out, we need to talk about this,' Cruz told the North Port Sun. She claims she then stood up. 'I'm not trying to fight you,' I told her multiple times. 'Leave me alone; get away from me.'
Then Cruz hit the woman with her weapon, she claimed afterwards that Arguelles came after her with pieces of the broken cup.
'She hit me in the nose with her nose and punched me in the jaw. I hit her with the cup,' she continued. 'I was trying to get her away from me. I just punched. I didn't think of what was in my hand. She then picked up a piece of it and attacked me.'
While both ended up in hospital, the other mother's wounds were so serious she was airlifted.
Cruz maintains that she smashed the mug on her because 'she hit me'.
She told Fox 13: 'I put my arm up like this and I went to run and that's when she picked up the glass, ran at me and stabbed me twice in my arm, once at my wrist and in back of my shoulder.'
However on Wednesday Leslie Arguelles, 32, was at the North Port Police station to pursue pressing charges.
Arguelles claims it was a premeditated attack on her but law enforcement were still pursuing what charges were possible as they speak to witnesses.
'They are still working to make sure they are absolutely certain on the aggressor in this case,' North Port Police spokesman Josh Taylor told the North Port Sun. 'No arrests have been made at this point.'
Arguelles has claimed her accuser 'kept calling me a b***h'.
'I was not bullying no child,' she denied about the original accusations made against her.
'She slashed my whole throat. She nearly killed me,' she said. 'I have all the laceration wounds because she had cut the artery of my neck.
'I had a 7-inch piece of glass inside my neck and I pulled it out and I just started gushing blood and started bleeding out. … I guess I fainted and they had to airlift me and all of that.'
Cruz kept her child out of school the following day and has since claims she has received threats.
She hinted she will not be pursuing charges against Arguelles because 'I don't want to see (her children) be without a mother'.
Meanwhile, Sarasota County Schools has offered counseling to dozens of youngsters who had to see the brawl.
Eithan Cruz, who was watching from the back of his schoolbus, told Fox 13 'My heart was racing,' as he saw one woman's face bleeding.
His sibling, Bairon Velazquez, said it was so difficult to see that he looked away, calling it 'Crazy' that parents were behaving in such a way.
Cruz added that she now regrets her actions: 'I regret the whole incident, there's no reason it should have happened. We're adults.' 
Elementary school mothers 'nearly kill' each other in bus stop fight where one 'got her throat slashed with a 7-inch shard from a COFFEE CUP' and had to be air-lifted to hospital Elementary school mothers 'nearly kill' each other in bus stop fight where one 'got her throat slashed with a 7-inch shard from a COFFEE CUP' and had to be air-lifted to hospital Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 05:34 Rating: 5

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