Group of motorcyclists attack driver during South Florida road rage incident

Group of motorcyclists attack driver during South Florida road rage incident

FORT MYERS, Fla. — A group of motorcyclists attacked a driver after he yelled at them to stop blocking traffic, police said.

Southwest Florida Crime Stoppers said a group of riders were speeding, weaving through traffic and blocking intersections Jan. 9 in North Fort Myers when the victim yelled at them, WBBH reported.

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One of the riders got off his motorcycle around 3:15 p.m. and smashed the driver’s side view mirror.

“The group then turned their attention to the victim, who they beat with a large wrench, as well as their helmets, knocking him to the ground and repeatedly kicking him,” Crime Stoppers said.

A group of bystanders intervened, stopping the attack. The riders then fled.

The victim was severely injured and taken to a hospital for treatment.

A $3,000 reward is offered for help identifying the suspects.