And back here at home, a new development in that incident that has been making headlines all week, the family, their car swarmed by bikers, the father at the wheel taking desperate action. And tonight... See More
And back here at home, a new development in that incident that has been making headlines all week, the family, their car swarmed by bikers, the father at the wheel taking desperate action. And tonight for the first time the family in the car is speaking out. We learn just how many times they called for help. Abc's linzie janis back on the story again for us tonight. Reporter: For the first time the driver of that black suv and his wife are speaking out about their terror rising ordeal with a group of bikers. In a statement they said they were out celebrating their anniversary when, quote, we were faced with a life threatening situation, our fear was confirmed when the incident ended with a brutal attack on my husband, me and most importantly, our 2-year-old child. Also tonight the nypd revealing that the liens made four calls to 911 and the tenor and number of calls proved how terrified the family was. The first call came in at 1:52 p.M. An manhattan's west side highway. Then over the next 8 minutes, another three calls as the pack moves north. The fourth call right after 2:00 p.M. After he stopped his suv at 178th street and jumped when cops arrived on the scene to find him beaten and the sail yents gone. Reporter: The video cuts out right here. It was taken on a go pro camera like this one striped to the biker's helmet. Police are hoping to find additional footage to provide more clues in the case. Also tonight police say they're questioning the man they believe took the now infamous video, armed with a warrant, they searched his new york home on wednesday. The lien family also offering their sympathy tonight to the now paralyzed biker, edward mieses and his family. Linzie janis, abc news, new york.
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