By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An investigation is underway after SEPTA officials say a 27-year-old woman was assaulted on a Market-Frankford Line train Tuesday evening. The incident happened around 6:40 p.m.

The victim and the suspects, who are juveniles, got on the train at 15th Street, a SEPTA spokesperson told CBS3 Wednesday morning. Around 5th Street, the train “accelerated, and the two juveniles bumped into the” woman. The woman pushed them back.

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The three argued before the two juveniles, a male and a female, hit the woman once each at 2nd Street.

The suspects were apprehended shortly after the incident. The entire incident happened on the train.

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The woman told authorities she had a cut on her lip and possibly a scratch on her eye, but she declined medical treatment.

SEPTA said the incident is not racially motivated; the woman, who is of Asian descent, told investigators the suspects, who are Black, didn’t use racial slurs or make threats on her life during the attack.

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The investigation into the incident continues.