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An 82-year-old man who’s daughter said was out to “pick up a turkey” was surrounded and severely beaten in Boston last week by an ATV and dirt bike gang that numbered between 30 and 40 riders, WCVB-TV reported .
The victim suffered serious injuries and remains hospitalized but is expected to survive, police added to the station. What are the details?
State police told WCVB that the ATV/dirt bike gang was on Boylston Street near Fenway Park last Thursday around 7:30 p.m. when the victim noticed the gang approaching him.
The gang then forced the victim upon a curb when some of the bikers smashed the windows of the victim’s car, the station said. No compatible source was found for this media. Even though the victim tried to drive away, some of the gang members followed him and resumed kicking and striking the victim’s vehicle, WCVB said.
At one point the elderly motorist got stuck on an off-ramp, rolled down his window to ask occupants of another vehicle for help — and with that one of the bike riders began punching him through the open window, the station said.
Simultaneously, other riders kicked the victim’s car, threw a piece of pipe through the rear window and a large rock through another window, police told WCVB.
More from the station: State police said the driver was eventually able to escape the traffic and attack at that location, driving to a nearby gas station where he got out of his car and fell to the ground.
Boston EMS responded and transported him to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center where he remained hospitalized days later. ‘He was going to pick up a turkey’
“He was going to pick up a turkey. That’s all he was doing. A simple errand at 7:30 at night,” the victim’s daughter told WCVB. “You wouldn’t think that it would be a dangerous time for someone to be out.”The daughter added to the station that her dad “wasn’t doing anything wrong. He’s simply traveling somewhere, and then he gets attacked, and it’s heartbreaking for us to know that it’s not safe for […]
One Sick Day Proves We Need More Voices in Truthful Media
On October 19, I was sick. It crossed my mind that I had finally gotten the ‘rona, but my wife’s cream of chicken soup and a few extra hours of sleep into mid-afternoon had be back up and running after a sleepless night before.
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