A man was attacked by a group of cyclists in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday afternoon. The incident took place near Hill and 6th Streets around 4 p.m.
The victim, who has not been identified, was driving a white pickup truck when he was reportedly cut off by a group of cyclists. The victim honked his horn at the cyclists, who then began to follow him.
The cyclists eventually caught up to the victim and surrounded his truck. They then began to kick and beat him, knocking him to the ground. The victim was reportedly kicked and stomped on repeatedly, and his truck was damaged.
A witness to the attack, who has been identified as Gary, said he saw the cyclists attacking the victim. Gary said he called 911, but by the time police arrived, the cyclists had fled the scene.
The victim was taken to a local hospital for treatment of his injuries. He is expected to survive.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating the attack. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact the LAPD, told NY Post.
The attack has sparked outrage in the community. Many people are calling for the cyclists to be arrested and charged with assault. Others are calling for more to be done to protect cyclists and drivers from violence.
The incident is a reminder of the dangers of road rage. It is important to remember that violence is never the answer. If you are involved in an altercation, it is important to try to de-escalate the situation and call the police.