Moment thugs crash into car after fighting with bats and knives
Terrifying moment thugs drive car at speed towards rivals sparking huge crash after fighting with bats and knives
- The shocking attack happened in Chorlton, Manchester last Wednesday night
- A black Audi slammed into a parked white car after a fight broke out at 6.20pm
- Police are calling for witnesses near Wilbraham Road who have any information
A group of thugs drove a car into a parked vehicle at speed after a fight involving men carrying bats and knives broke out last week.
The road rage attack happened last Wednesday at around 6.20pm on Wilbraham Road in Chorlton, Manchester.
A black Audi is captured ramming headfirst into the parked white car, which lands on top of the aggressor’s vehicle in shocking footage taken at the scene.
Police were called after the incident left both cars damaged but nobody has been arrested or identified as injured as enquiries continue.
A black Audi S4 rams into a white parked vehicle on Wilbraham Road in Chorlton, Greater Manchester at 6.20pm last Wednesday
The parked car is launched into the air as the Audi crumples its bonnet and ends up beneath the white vehicle
Two men run across the road after the fight before a black Audi S4 rams head first into a parked white car.
The second man appears to have been hit as the Audi crumples its bumper on impact and he bounces off the white car and lands on the ground.
A passenger from a third car, a grey Renault on the street near the collision, comes to check if the fallen man is alright and he gets up and walks behind the Audi.
The Renault then drives off leaving the Audi stuck underneath the white car, which had been badly damaged.
Both cars are left seriously damaged with their bonnets badly smashed and the white car is pressed against a lamp post on the curb
The road rage attack happened after a fight broke out between a group of thugs wielding bats and knives
Police have asked for witnesses to come forward as enquiries continue with no arrests being made
Greater Manchester Police have asked anyone with information to call on 0161 856 4973 quoting incident number 2221 of 06/05/2020.
Detective Inspector Chris Maddocks, from GMP’s City of Manchester Division, said: ‘I understand that incidents of this nature will cause concern in the community, but I want to stress that they are rare and that we are doing all we can to establish the circumstances and find those responsible.
‘As part of our investigation we are making sure to follow all available lines of enquiry which include searching through CCTV opportunities and making house-to-house enquiries.
Detective Inspector Chris Maddocks, from GMP’s City of Manchester Division, says: ‘I understand that incidents of this nature will cause concern in the community, but I want to stress that they are rare and that we are doing all we can to establish the circumstances and find those responsible’
‘I am appealing to anyone in that area who may have seen any part of this incident to get in touch with us.
‘You may have been driving through at that time and have a dash cam fitted, if you did please get in touch we would like to hear from you.
‘We are committed to ensuring we keep this community safe by bringing those responsible to justice.’
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