Caught on Video: Angry Mob of Bikers Attack SUV Driver

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A terrifying road rage incident involving a gang of bikers on Manhattan’s west side has gone viral on the web after video of the incident surfaced online.

Biker Attack Manhattan

A group of bikers chase a Range Rover driver after rider is hit. (credit WPIX)

The New York City Police Department said a man driving a Range Rover with his wife and 2-year-old daughter inside Sunday struck a motorcyclist on Manhattan’s West Side Highway, breaking his leg.

“It was an accident,” says Lt. Karen Anderson.

The SUV driver pulled over, and the bikers surrounded his vehicle, hitting it and spiking the tires, police said. The driver pulled away, hitting three more bikers in the process, police said.

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  • esco

    Looked like a hunt for bloodlust. I wonder how those bikers reacted when they heard a child scream!ng inside. The video ended too soon to see what happened in the end.
    Update: I've read elsewhere that some bikers are turn!ng themselves in to authorities.

  • commentallevouz

    I've seen these guys before at night on that same highway when I lived near NYC. They were bronx thug scary and they put themselves in danger as well as other motorists . I would not stop too and put my family in danger.

  • dailydebacle

    This so-called "gang" will be dismantled in short order now that their "antics" have become national news. NYC authorities will see to that. They know the value of public relations (e.g. tourism).

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