Man Critically Injured, Another Hurt in Violent Dispute From Car Collision in Brooklyn
Bronx, NYC – A car crash turned into a serious brawl that critically injured a 42-year-old man and hurt another 37-year-old man. The potentially deadly assault took place when a 2013 Honda driver struck the open door of a 2008 Nissan SUV at around 3:40 a.m. on Carter Avenue and East 176th Street on July 25. The victim was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital with severe head trauma from being beaten by the suspects, ages 27 and 29.
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