Police: Teen was not injured during the Planned Parenthood Protest

Planned Parenthood location in St. Paul Minnesota, Photo Date: April 6, 2012 (MGN).

ROANOKE, Va. (WSET) -- One of the members of Students for Life of America was not injured in front of the Planned Parenthood, according to Roanoke Police officials.

When officers arrived, an adolescent female had advised police that she had been assaulted by another woman.

Viewers can't see what led up to the incident, but in the video, somebody appears to walk up to a protester with Students for Life of America.

It appears as if the girl was hit. She takes several steps back, then walks out of the shot.

Students for Life of America identified her as 15 year old Purity Thomas.

Tina Whittington, Executive Vice President of Programs for Students for Life of America, says Thomas got a mild concussion during the incident, but Roanoke Police now say the juvenile did not receive any injuries during the assault.

The adult female has been identified and police have not filed any charges at this time.

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A member of the group was there to record the incident and the video already has more than 83,000 views on Facebook in just three days.

This incident is still under investigation.

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