A car collided with a motorcyclist in the McDonald’s area, sparking the Battle of Boston

A video shared with NewsCenter 5 shows a car driving toward a group of motorcyclists and hitting a person on a motorcycle in a McDonald’s parking lot in Dorchester, sparking a fight in the Boston neighborhood. McDonald’s Parking at 515 Gallivan Blvd. Shortly after 7 p.m. on Saturday, when officers arrived at the scene, they found a badly damaged red Honda sedan that had fallen off a small bridge, and police said two people involved in the fight had suffered minor injuries. No arrests have been made in connection with this case, the video shows a red Honda quickly turning into a McDonald’s parking lot, driving straight into a group of people on motorbikes, hitting one of them and continuing through a metal fence. He was seen throwing something through the driver’s side window of the car, making a hole in the glass. The driver then gets out of the car and punches are then thrown, Michael Nader said he was driving home via Dorchester after visiting family and was passing a McDonald’s at the intersection of Gallivan Boulevard and Granite Avenue as the battle unfolded. “It was very chaotic. People were running everywhere and people were … one man being beaten with helmets,” said Nader, who took pictures of the scene from inside his truck. “It was just crazy. It was a mess.” In the video, some people fled the scene of the fight on motorbikes as the fight spread to the street. “People were running between the cars, so the traffic had to stop. It hits people running across the street and passing through the cars.” “I hope no one gets hurt. It could have been dangerous.” Boston Police are asking anyone who took photos or videos of the accident to contact them.

A video shared with NewsCenter 5 shows a car driving toward a group of motorcyclists and hitting one person on a motorcycle in a McDonald’s parking lot in Dorchester, sparking a fight in the Boston neighborhood.

Boston police said they received a report of a fight in the parking lot of McDonald’s at 515 Gallivan Blvd. Shortly after 7 pm on Saturday.

When officers arrived at the scene, they found a badly damaged red Honda sedan that had fallen off a small bridge.

Police said two people who took part in the fighting sustained minor injuries. No arrests were made in connection with this case.

The video shows a red Honda quickly turning into a McDonald’s parking lot, driving straight into a group of people on motorbikes, crashing into one of them and continuing through a metal fence.

Then someone was seen throwing something through the side window of the driver’s car, smashing a hole in the glass. Then the driver gets out of the car and punches are thrown after that.

Michael Nader said he was driving home via Dorchester after visiting family and was passing by a McDonald’s at the intersection of Gallivan Boulevard and Granite Avenue as the fight began.

“It was very chaotic. People were running everywhere and people were … one man being beaten with helmets,” said Nader, who took pictures of the scene from inside his truck. “It was just crazy. It was a mess.”

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Chaotic scenes during a fight that erupts outside McDonald’s at 515 Gallivan Boulevard in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood after the red car pummeled a person on a motorbike in the parking lot on April 2, 2022.

In the video, some people fled the scene of the fight on motorbikes as the street fighting spread.

“People were running between the cars, so the traffic had to stop. People were afraid to hit people running across the street and passing through cars,” Nader said. “I hope no one gets hurt. It could have been dangerous.”

Boston Police are asking anyone who took photos or videos of the accident to contact them.