From The Gateway Pundit
Bronx, New York – A man repeatedly stabbed a pregnant woman with a screwdriver then ran over her in a broad daylight road rage attack last month.
The woman sustained a severe laceration on her head and miscarried one week after the attack.
Police are still searching for the attacker who fled in a silver BMW.
According to WABC, 26-year-old Estrella Guzman was driving to a physical therapy appointment when a man began tailing her because she wouldn’t let him in her lane.
When Guzman exited her car to see what was wrong, the man, without even saying a word, lunged at her with a screwdriver and repeatedly stabbed her in the head.
Guzman said she fought back after he went for her neck.
She tried to flee and that’s when the attacker ran over her with his car.
“When I tried to get in my car to try and stop him, he ended up running me over,” Guzman said to WABC. “I’m literally squished in between his car and my car.”
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Police are searching for the man who brutally attacked a pregnant woman in the Bronx in an apparent road rage incident.
It happened on Monday, June 6, at 5:20 p.m. on Grand Concourse.
Guzman said the man began attacking her with a screwdriver, jabbing her repeatedly in the head and then going for her neck.
“He stabbed me five times in the head,” she said. “I got a scar on my head, which I’m covering.”
She sustained a severe laceration to her head, but then she fought back.
“I was in shock,” she said. “I didn’t know how to react until I kept feeling the jabs on my neck and I started clawing at his eyes.”
She then tried to get away.
“When I tried to get in my car to try and stop him, he ended up running me over,” she said. “I’m literally squished in between his car and my car.”
He then fled the scene in a silver BMW, and she was transported by EMS to St. Barnabas Hospital.
There, she learned she was three months pregnant.
About a week after the attack, she miscarried.
Anyone with information on this attack is urged to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).