A group of cyclists were attacked on a camera in New York City, assaulted an SUV parked at an intersection, smashed its hood, stepped on the windshield, and slammed the side window-frightened driving The clerk sat with his mother.
Police confirmed on Thursday that a 15-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the BMW attack that was stopped on Fifth Avenue and East 21st Street in Manhattan on Tuesday afternoon when the gang surrounded the car.
The driver only wanted to be identified as 36-year-old Max. He told NBC News in New York that he and his 74-year-old mother were terrified for life in the attack, which began with a bicycle rider. The man crashed backward. His car.
He said: “I said to myself: Let them destroy the car. Let them bring their anger to the car.”
However, he said that the attack escalated and one of the members broke the windshield and covered the occupants of the car with glass. Max said that was when he found the vacancy, pulled forward and waited for the police. NBC News has not confirmed what happened before the video started, nor has it spoken to the teenager accused of assault.
Police said the 15-year-old is facing charges of riots and criminal hoaxes.
The police told the New York National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) that they believed the incident was related to another violent incident involving a cyclist and a driver.
The New York City Police Department said the investigation is ongoing.