Horror at KFC as P-plate driver mother reportedly plows her white Audi into a man after ‘road rage over a PARKING SPACE dramatically escalated’
- A white Audi is caught on film hitting a group of people in southwestern Sydney
- Police were told the alleged incident was sparked over KFC’s parking lot
- Gazwa Elniz, 26, was charged with a range of crimes, including assaulting the police
- A 30-year-old woman was also taken into police custody after alleged wild brawl
- A witness said the man allegedly hit by the white Audi is ‘lucky to be alive’
A young mother is to appear in court after allegedly driving her Audi into a crowd of people following what police say was a wild brawl over a KFC parking lot.
Footage uploaded to social media shows a white car colliding with two people and a Ford Explorer in a parking lot on Hoxton Park Road in Liverpool, south-west Sydney, on Saturday.
Police allege that the Audi was driven by Gazwa Elniz, 26, and that she “kicked and spat” a cop while she was being arrested.
Gazwa Elniz (pictured) faced court after reportedly behind the wheel of a white Audi that hit a group of people after an alleged wild brawl over a KFC parking lot
The 26-year-old driver of a luxury car (pictured) is also accused of kicking and spitting at the police
A 30-year-old woman who allegedly hit the exterior of the Audi was also charged with the incident.
The video shows three people trying to block the path of the Audi trying to pull away.
Footage shows the car hitting a man who was catapulted over the hood of the car.
Another woman is also thrown to the ground when the front of the Audi collides with the back of their Ford Explorer.
The man was later taken to Liverpool hospital with minor injuries.
The alleged road rage incident was sparked when the personal trainer reportedly got into a wild brawl with the SUV’s occupants outside the fast food chain (pictured)
The video shows three people trying to block the path of the Audi as it tries to pull away before catapulting the man over the hood (pictured)
Ms Elniz (pictured) spent the night behind bars but was later given strict conditional bail when she appeared in Parramatta’s local court
“He’s lucky he’s still alive,” a witness told Nine News.
‘We thought he was gone’
Ms Elniz spent the night behind bars but was later given strict conditional bail when she appeared in Parramatta court.
She now faces five charges, including driving with an invalid license and assaulting a police officer.
The 30-year-old, who was charged with affray and property-related offenses, was released on bail and will appear in Liverpool court on Thursday.