Shocking moment group armed with baseball bats, stones and screwdrivers picking up a driver shortly after the wild car incident
- CCTV video has recorded a violent fight in the suburb of Mandurah in WA
- A man in an ute would hit a station wagon after fleeing a nearby house
- Men of the station wagon would then hit u with stones and bats
CCTV has captured the shocking moment when a driver was rammed into a car before an angry crowd jumped out and attacked the Toyota Hilux with baseball bats, bricks and screwdrivers.
The bizarre incident began in a Mandurah house south of Perth, where Peter Philip Young, 35, reportedly hit a person with a chair over their heads, according to residents.
CCTV footage shows Young the house, followed by three men and a woman stacking on a station wagon, allegedly armed with baseball bats, before they are after the ute.
CCTV has captured the shocking moment that a car was rammed into a car before a group of people jumped out and attacked the Toyota Hilux with baseball bats, rocks and screwdrivers
Moments later, the Hilux is filmed in the parked station wagon.
The scene then descends into chaos, with the three men of the station wagon hitting the ute with a baseball bat, stones and a screwdriver.
Young then manages to drive away.
& # 39; It was frightening. If they caught him, I thought they would have killed him – they were so fierce, & 94-year-old witness Stan Richards told 9News.
Mr. Young was brought to the hospital with a head injury and received seven charges, including reckless driving.
The 32-year-old woman behind the wheel of the station wagon has been charged without a driver's license.
Three men of the station wagon would have smashed the ute with a baseball bat, stones and a screwdriver
The Holden station wagon was badly damaged after an ute was allegedly rammed into Mandurah, south of Perth
& # 39; Three others were arrested and released without charge, & # 39; said WA Detective Commissioner Neil Evans.
The men arrested for the violation claim they were not in the security vision, but officers are not convinced.
They ask everyone with a dashcam vision or mobile image material to come forward.
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