Police say they are close to arresting members of feuding families whose latest battle left a man blinded in one eye.
A mum and her seven-year-old son were also caught up in the violence as youths clashed outside shops in Market Parade for the fourth weekend running in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Several youths have been seriously injured in previous clashes, involving knives and even a stun gun, and residents claim it is only a matter of time before someone is killed.
One man, who asked not to be named, was woken when a friend turned up at his door in nearby Canterbury Road with her seven-year-old son.
"She was screaming and crying and told me her boyfriend was being beaten up down the road," he said.
"When I got there, I found him lying unconscious in a pool of blood, being looked after by a girl with her hand in plaster.
"She told me the attackers were using bread crates as weapons and said she had to stop one of them jumping on his head.
"Everyone knows the family involved and next week someone could be killed out there."
The four victims were returning from a party at about 1.30am on Saturday when they were set upon by a gang of youths, who called for reinforcements.
One witness told how three people took turns to kick one of the victims as he lay on the ground.
He said women had been pulling each other's hair with such force there were still large clumps lying out-side the bakery the next morning.
Feltham sector inspector Peter Rusby said police were close to making an arrest in relation to the clashes and were also looking at the licences of nearby shops, which are believed to have been selling alcohol to underage youths.
Anyone with information can call Hounslow CID on 020 8247 6160/5940 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.