Man 'run down' during fight over parking spot at Sydney KFC

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Two women have been charged over an alleged incident at a car park at a KFC in Sydney's southwest on Saturday.

Shocking footage of a fight at the KFC on Hoxton Park Road in Liverpool was shared online and shows an escalating fight, allegedly over a parking space.

At the start of the video, car horns are heard blaring, while people surround a maroon 4WD.

"This is over a parking [space]," someone off-camera says in the video. As the camera moves around, a white Audi is seen behind the 4WD.

A fight broke out at a KFC car park in Liverpool over the weekend. Source: Facebook/Cabramatta
A fight broke out at a KFC car park at Liverpool over the weekend. Source: Facebook/Cabramatta

People are seen gathered around the two cars, then screeching tyres are heard as the white Audi backs up away from the 4WD.

One person allegedly hits the Audi, before the car drives forward, crashing into the 4WD and allegedly hitting a person, who lands on the front of the vehicle.

The white Audi is then seen attempting to drive off.

In a statement, NSW Police confirmed officers were called to the car park at around 12.15pm on Saturday.

"Police have been told the occupants of a Ford Explorer and an Audi A4 allegedly got into a physical altercation in the carpark," police said in the statement.  

"During the incident, a 30-year-old woman on foot allegedly hit the Audi a number of times as the P-plate driver – a 26-year-old woman – drove away.  

"The Audi driver then allegedly accelerated towards the parked Ford crashing into the rear and hitting a man."

Police said the man was taken to Liverpool Hospital, after suffering minor injuries.

Following a "short struggle" officers attached to the Liverpool City Police Area Command arrested the 26-year-old Audi driver.

Police allege she kicked and spat on the officer during the arrest.

Police also arrested the 30-year-old woman who allegedly kicked the car and both women were taken to Liverpool Police Station.

Both women were charged following the incident.

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