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Vicious Assault in West Harlem: NYC Dirt Bikers Brutally Attack Father and Son Following Collision




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New York City Police Department (NYPD) has released alarming surveillance footage, revealing a horrifying incident in West Harlem, Your Content has learned.

A gang of dirt bikers violently assaulted a 64-year-old driver and his adult son after their car collided with one of the bikers, who had recklessly run a red light.

The disturbing video, made public on Wednesday, captures the terrifying moment when the group of at least four bikers forcibly dragged the driver out of his vehicle, throwing him onto the street.

They proceeded to relentlessly kick and beat him, along with his 36-year-old son, whose identities are being withheld by the authorities.

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Adding to the gravity of the situation, the assailants fled the scene with the victims’ cash, credit cards, and a cellphone.

Despite efforts by law enforcement, the suspects remain at large.

This vicious assault has sent shockwaves through the community, prompting concerns about the safety of residents and the growing issue of dangerous dirt biking activity on city streets.

The NYPD is urging anyone with information about the incident or the whereabouts of the attackers to come forward, as they continue their investigation into this harrowing crime, according to The Daily Mail.

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