Surprising video shows two drivers battling in the Brooklyn road Tuesday evening — before one of the rankled men jumps in a vehicle and almost runs the other over.
The street rage fight broke out close to the crossing point of Norman Avenue and McGuinness Boulevard in Greenpoint around 1:30 p.m., when the driver of a white vehicle halted his vehicle to go up against a close by Toyota driver — wearing a dark baseball cap — about cutting him off, police said.
The incensed driver moved toward the cap wearing man in the road with a case shaper, police said.
In the recording presented on Youtube by Yeshiva World News, the men are seen fighting for almost 30 seconds — while vehicles can be heard sounding out of sight — before a decent Samaritan in a white shirt attempts to mediate.
The edge employing man at that point strolls around the dark Toyota, opens the traveler side entryway and obstacles the driver’s vehicle keys from the start prior to hurrying to his vehicle and jumping into the driver’s seat, police said.
While the Toyota driver surges after his keys, the white vehicle starts to drive away — taking the man with it.
As he’s sandwiched between the moving vehicle and a van, the man loses his shoes and is tossed over the hoods of the two vehicles, video shows.
Phenomenally, the casualty just endured cuts and a wounded hip. He was taken to Woodhull Hospital for assessment, cops said.
Police are as yet searching for the runaway driver.