Women violently beat driver unconscious in road-rage incident, sheriff says

Women violently beat driver unconscious in road-rage incident, sheriff says

Women violently beat driver unconscious in road-rage incident, sheriff says

And this argument escalated super quickly as Scarduzio and Gemberling exited their auto, walked over to Bailey's auto and pulled her out of her vehicle by her hair and neck.

Scarduzio didn't stop her blows until a man ran up and pushed her away. "It looked like she wanted to kill me", Bailey told WFLA.

"The mom, definitely, when I saw her look into my eyes, she was at a rage where I've never seen before", Bailey said.

"I never thought they would get out of their auto and run toward me and pull me out of my vehicle", she said. I just wanted the light to change, she told WFLA.

"She got mad", the witness said, adding the situation escalated at Little Road and Troublecreek Road when the Scarduzio and Gemberling allegedly jumped out and attacked the victim.

Gemberling denied pulling the woman out of her auto. Quit hitting my mom.

According to an arrest report, Gemberling denied pulling Bailey out of the vehicle and said it was Bailey who got out and pushed her, the news accounts said. "And, everything went black".

A Florida woman was beaten by a stepmother and daughter in a road rage incident caught on video that the victim describes as "the longest red light of my life".

A video captured Scarduzio pummeling a motionless Bailey on the ground, stopping only when another motorist intervened. The punches caused the woman to lose consciousness and suffer a broken nose, according to the Pasco County Sheriff's Office. She said that during the attack, all she could think of is her little boy, and every time she has to get in the auto, she thinks twice.

Scarduzio and Gemberling were arrested Wednesday on charges of burglary and aggravated battery.

Her stepdaughter, Scarduzio, is a graduate of Armwood High School.

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