CHICAGO (CBS) — A Roseland girl was injured by a Chicago police SUV and now her family is suing the city.

Attorneys for  Astarte Washington held a new conference Monday morning with several members of her family. They released cell phone video which they said shows the aftermath of what happened.

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They said Washington was walking home near 111th and Michigan on Memorial Day. There were protesters and looters in the area.  Police ordered everyone onto the ground and Washington obeyed.

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That’s when they said an unattended police vehicle rolled backwards and ran over the 8th grader.

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Astarte is president of the 8th grade student council and captain of the Du Bois elementary basketball team. The lawsuit said she has suffered permanent physical, emotional and psychological damage.