"What happened? Did they hit you first?" Eyewitness News asked.
"They hit me. Look at my eye," Chambers said.
"I see that. And then what happened?" Eyewitness News asked.
"I don't know, man there was a riot. I'm not sure what happened," Chambers said.
"Why would you try to run them over though?" Eyewitness News asked.
Chambers did not answer.
Police say the 35-year-old plowed into a group of nearly two dozen people standing on the sidewalk outside the VFW Hall in New Cassel early Friday morning.
Just before the incident, Chambers had gotten into a fight with a group of women.
They all were hanging out at the VFW.
"There was exchange of words. It got heated to the degree we asked them if they would take their business outside because that wasn't the place to do that thing," said David Brown, VFW Manager.
The fight continued outside.
Police say Chambers went and got her Pontiac parked here a block away.
"She intentionally aims toward them, she drives up on the sidewalks, and strikes three people," said Deputy Inspector Ken Lack, Nassau County Police Department.
They were all women.
Police say Chambers' car then rammed into a telephone pole.
They say she tried to back up and ran over one of the women again.
All three victims, who police believe were not involved in the original fight, were taken to the hospital with injuries to their feet, ankles and legs.
"Anything you want to say or them or to their families?" Eyewitness News asked.
"I don't believe anyone got killed," Chambers said.
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