A motorist shot in the chest in East Harlem early Saturday managed to speed away from his attacker only to slam into a parked car 15 blocks away, officials said.
He was one of two men to survive a pair of unrelated shootings in the city early Saturday, according to cops.
The 36-year-old victim sitting in a black Audi Quattro was shot in the arm and chest by a gunman who walked up to the vehicle on E. 104th St. near First Ave. about 1:20 a.m., police said.
The victim, whose name was not released, roared off but crashed his Audi, riddled with at least three bullet holes, into a parked silver Honda Civic on First Ave. and E. 119th St., cops said. Paramedics rushed him to Harlem Hospital, where he was in serious but stable condition to source