THIS is the horrifying moment a man was rammed into by a BMW in a chaotic brawl outside of a block of flats in lawless London over the weekend.
Footage of the terrifying incidents shows a man running and trying to jump onto the back of a moving black car in Royal Arsenal, Greenwich, on Sunday.
The man can then be seen falling to the ground before he is run over by a second black BMW and get trapped under the wheels in South London.
A man in his 20s was rushed to hospital from the scene with serious injuries, which have since been deemed as non-life threatening.
Eyewitnesses start screaming in terror as he disappears under the car fir a number of moments, with a brawl breaking out while trying to save him.
The group of men start fighting with each other, as one man starts trying to punch the driver of the car before he is pulled away.
The black BMW then reverses away from the man, as two other males can be seen still trying to fight the driver of the vehicle.
During the chaotic fight the black car and a third white vehicle drive away while two men then tend to the injured man.
No one sustained any serious injuries as a result of the incident, with police investigating but no arrests have been made.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called to Duke of Wellington Avenue, Woolwich, shortly before 06.30hrs on Sunday, 8 August to reports of a fight between a group of males.
“Officers attended along with paramedics from London Ambulance Service (LAS). A man in his 20s was found seriously injured. He was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital.
“His injuries have been assessed as non life-threatening. It was reported that the man had been run over by a car, which had then left a scene.
“Police are aware of video footage posted on social media of this incident. There have been no arrests, but enquiries are ongoing.”
A London Ambulance Service spokesman added: “We were called at 6.27am on Sunday 8 August to reports of an incident on Duke of Wellington Avenue, SE18.
“We sent an ambulance crew, who treated a man at the scene and took him to a major trauma centre as a priority.”