Cops hunt for two brutes who broke an off-duty firefighter's jaw and eye socket in a fight over a parking spot on cam

NEW York police are searching for two men who brutally attacked a Fire Department EMT in a bout of road rage over a parking spot.

The fight, which took place in the Bronx on Saturday, left the off-duty EMT with a broken jaw and eye socket.


In a shocking surveillance camera video of the incident, one unidentified man is shown punching the 22-year-old EMT in the face.

A woman comes in front of the victim to shield him, but the perpetrator approaches around the side and punches the EMT again.

According to police, the victim finally had the chance to escape after he was hit multiple times.

He was later taken to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was treated for his injuries and has since been released, the New York Post reports.


Police are still looking for the suspects that started the brawl, which occurred at around 1 am on Chatterjee Avenue.

Both men in the footage appear to be in their twenties.

One man has a goatee and is wearing grey sweatpants and a white shirt in the video.

The other has a long full beard and wears a shirt, short, and shoes from Puma.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the CrimeStoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS or visit http://www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.

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