Woman escapes 6-hour rape ordeal by jumping from second-floor window

A battered woman escaped a terrifying six-hour ordeal at the hands of a violent rapist by leaping from the second-floor window of a Queens house, according to police.

The 29-year-old was allegedly raped repeatedly while trapped in a house in Laurelton early Thursday — also getting punched so hard she was left with at least one fracture in her face, cops say.

She finally ended the ordeal by jumping from a second-floor window of the house at 224th Street and 130th Avenue, according to cops.

Police on Saturday said they were hunting Michael Hosang, 53, over the alleged brutality, releasing his photo as part of their appeals.

Hosang, described as around 5-foot-10, 200 pounds and bald with brown eyes, is believed to have fled the in a red Chevrolet with the Florida license plate JZEY32, cops said.

The woman, said to be an acquaintance, was treated at a local hospital, according to cops.

News of the alleged attack stunned neighbors in the usually-sleepy area.

“It’s unheard of,” insisted Jacques Heins, 65, who has lived there for 22 years.

“I was listening to the news about this, and thought, ‘It can’t be. There’s never even been a fight around here. Nothing.’

“Everybody looks out for each other. I feel bad for the lady.”

Willa Peguese, 82, has lived there for 42 years and now plans to stop late-night trips outside, even to take out the garbage.

“You never know who’s hanging out,” Peguese told The Post. “I have to be careful about that.

“I hope they catch this guy soon.”

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