A health worker is lucky to be alive after racists deliberately drove their car into him.
The man has been left traumatised and is too scared to give his real name – but performs music under the name Kdogg.
Those who witnessed the attack said a dark blue Honda was involved and was driven directly at the NHS worker, who works at Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
The assailants jumped out of the car and hurled racist abuse at the victim.
He is now unable to climb stairs, and said he is traumatised by the attack.
Witnesses told police that a dark blue Honda Accord was deliberately driven at K before two men shouted racial abuse at him and then ran from the car.
The attack is being seen by many as part of a violent racist backlash against the black lives matter movement by frustrated racists and fascists.
Bristol was the site of the now famous incident in which an overwhelmingly white crowd estimated at 15,000 protesters, tore down the statute of slaver Edward Colston.
Kdogg is being supported by the charity Stand Against Racism & Inequality (Sari).
He told the media: “People came to help me off the wall I was on and I just remember bleeding.
“As I was helped off, I got laid on the floor and bandaged up.
“I want to thank the people who helped me because of how quickly they responded and how they rang the emergency services because, obviously, if it wasn’t for them I’m not sure if I would be here.”
There has been a spate of serious violent racist attacks over the past few days, for example in Bishop Stortford where there is a protest by anti-racists today (Saturday 1 August).