Driver crashes through storefront window in Queens in road-rage attack

An enraged motorist plowed into a rival — and straight through the front window of a Queens bakery — in a road-rage attack on Monday, video obtained by the Post shows.

The events unfolded around 2 p.m. at 41-21 Kissena Boulevard in Flushing when two men driving a BMW had a dispute with the driver and passenger of a white Audi with New Jersey plates that was double parked there, cops said.

Video shows the foursome throwing punches in the street with one of them even striking another repeatedly with a bat.

At one point, one of the men returns to his car and begins to drive away but the man with the bat follows him and strikes his car.

The driver then appears to floor his vehicle and strike the man with the bat from behind, before crashing through the bakery window, leaving pedestrians on the sidewalk with minor injuries, cops said. The pedestrians were treated at area hospitals, cops said.

Driver Jie Zou, 24, was charged with assault and reckless endangerment, according to cops. Jonathan Zhang, 35, was charged with assault, cops said.

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