Just like any other Saturday, I was playing at a street soccer court at a nearby park with some friends and a few Malay strangers (boys). The street soccer court was fenced up but there were a few bars which have already fallen off (prob due to age) and some balls could pass through the gap.
While we were playing, a Malay boy kicked the ball too hard and it went out of the court, hitting a female jogger on the head (SO COINCIDENCE IKR). The first reaction of the boys (primary school I believe) was to laugh but my friends immediately stopped them. The Malay then went out and apologise but it told longer than expected as the victim was still not feeling well and kept clutching her head. I then went out to attempt to rectify the situation, only to see her female companion told us, "you say sorry no use, she is giddy you need send her see doctor)." At that point of time, we were literally at a loss of what to do, glancing around if there's anything we can do. There was a middle-aged man inside playing with us but he saw the situation and merely continued playing with the ball, ignoring the situation. The boy, being a boy, went back to play soccer as there was nothing he could do. I wanted to stop him as the victim has yet to recover but I was strangers with him so didn't want to do anything so just stood there waiting. Not long after, the victim recovered and she shouted (to my horror), "who's the IDIOT who kicked the ball?" I was quite shocked and went back to ask the boy to come out again so he came out, looking unhappy. The victim reprimanded him as to why he went back without waiting for her to recover and said that he was "irresponsible". She also asked what if she had internal damage, blood clog, etc. She then demanded his IC number, contact number, name and particulars and bla bla bla. At that time, my friend asked us to go back already as he did not want to invite any trouble. The funny thing was that he told us he saw a woman pulling the other's hand and telling her, "don't go in, don't go in" in chinese.
Anyway, my question is, if the woman were to really pursue the matter, who should she look for, boy, boy's parents, town council? Or should she even pursue the matter, knowing that he's just a schooling boy who accidentally kicked the ball out of the court? If you were her, what would you do?