INDEPENDENCE, Mo. —A pregnant fast food manager is recovering after she was pulled through a drive-through window and attacked. The assault happened Sunday afternoon at the Wendy’s restaurant at Highway 40 and Blue Ridge Cutoff in Independence. Family members said the fight started when angry customers at the drive-through said they didn’t get enough sauce packets and straws with their order. Witnesses said the fight continued even after the attackers heard that Tori Repine, 19, was pregnant. “I said, ‘What the hell?’” said Brittney Eidson, Repine’s cousin. “They were frustrated because they wanted more sauce and ketchup.” Repine, who is three months pregnant and has a 1-year-old child at home, was attacked by two women and a man. A witness who asked to be identified as Jimmy said he saw it all. “It definitely caught everybody off guard,” he said. “It looked like they were trying to drag her through the drive-through window. It was an all-out attack.” He and other witnesses said Repine told the attackers she was pregnant and it didn’t stop them. “It went from what could have been a little ha-ha fight to something really serious,” Jimmy said. “I think it is absolutely absurd. In no way should anyone behave that way, especially knowing that someone is pregnant and saying, ‘I don’t care,’” said Eidson. “That’s just malicious and so heartless.” “The audacity. Who thinks you can yank someone out of a window in the middle of the day over a straw?” said Jimmy. NPC, which owns the Wendy’s restaurant where the attack happened, released a statement Monday. “We’re shocked and saddened over what happened Sunday afternoon at our 40 Highway restaurant. Our thoughts and prayers are with our restaurant team member,” the statement said. Police have not announced any arrests. They said the attackers were in a purple Dodge Charger with a purple interior. The family said Repine is doing a little better and has had some tests done. While the baby isn’t out of the woods yet, the family said things are looking good.