Dirt-Bike Gang Attacks Driver in Middle of Highway

Dirt-Bike Gang Attacks Driver in Middle of Highway

Dirt-Bike Gang Attacks Driver in Middle of Highway

"It seemed like they were provoking the driver to come out", the witness who asked to remain anonymous told the newspaper. When the men began vandalizing his auto, the driver left the vehicle to confront them, which lead to the beating.

CHP officials say they began receiving reports of a group of 10 to 15 dirt bikes and ATVs involved in a sideshow on the southbound lanes of Highway 101 near the Cesar Chavez Street exit around 6:15 p.m. One motorist tried to get past and that is when the bikers went after him.

The Lyft driver who also drives for Uber veered into a lane in which one of bikers was driving, at which point numerous bikers surrounded him and punched in a side mirror and window of his Toyota Camry, the Bee reported.

The motorist pulled to the side of the freeway where he was attacked by the bikers.

It happened Wednesday on one San Francisco's busiest freeways. When the driver attempted to get out of the auto, he was badly beaten, left with a broken leg before the members of what KRON 4 reports is "a known local bike gang" fled.

"I am a Christian and I am trying not to let my heart feel a lot of hate", Dunn said.

The video shows him falling to the ground and tumbling as one of the bikers stood over him and repeatedly punched him.

A woman who identified herself as the victim's sister told the Chronicle that her brother is a new father and an Uber driver in the city.

Officer Vu Williams, of the California Highway Patrol, said that the motorcyclists fled before officers were able to arrive at the scene.

Quintana said witnesses gathered around him to offer help. Quintana said police told him they know the name of the gang.

For the past eight months, Quintana has traveled to San Francisco three to four times a week to earn to $600 to $800 as a driver.

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