Pagans, Hells Angels Brawl at Pennysaver Amphitheater Parking Lot in Farmingdale: Suffolk County Police

Engines got revved up quickly at a car show after a melee between two biker gangs broke out in Long Island on Sunday, Suffolk County police said.

A fight broke out between Pagans and Hells Angels members in the parking lot of the Pennysaver Amphitheater in Farmingville at around noon, police said. Officers were able to break up the brawl and disperse the groups.

Two people were injured, however, neither of them filed complaints to press charges. Authorities said both individuals were taken to local hospitals for treatment.

Between 60 and 70 bikers were involved in the incident, police said.

There were no arrests.

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