Woman dragged by car in LoDo wants help finding suspects

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DENVER -- A woman who was riding her bicycle in lower downtown Denver on Saturday night said two men in a vehicle grabbed her and dragged her down the street for about one block.

Jenifer Martinez-Santiago was injured and spent some time in the hospital, but she's OK now.

She's hopeful any witnesses will come forward to help catch the two men who did this to her.

Martinez-Santiago said she was riding the bicycle on Market Street between 21st and 22nd streets when she exchanged words with two men in a red car, lost her balance and touched the vehicle.

She said the passenger and the driver grabbed her arm, and she was dragged on the pavement between 18th and 19th  streets until they let go.

Martinez-Santiago said she suffered sprained ligaments in her shoulder and road rash.

A man and a woman helped Martinez-Santiago and a bike cab driver.

Anyone who might have been in the area and saw the incident is asked to call police.

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