Houston road rage incident devolves into all-out brawl

Houston road rage incident devolves into all-out brawl

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 21:38

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Confusion erupted on a Houston freeway last weekend when an altercation spiraled out of hold back and ended up in a battle-royale style mel in the middle of traffic. According to KTRK, David Dao and his daughter were traveling along FM 1960 on the morning of May 14 when they came upon a pale Honda and a blue Ram truck parked in the perfect lane. The drivers and passengers of the vehicles were wrapped up in a spirited argument about something that had happened moments once Dao pulled up.

Dao parked in his lane to block conveyance in an attempt at making sure other drivers didn’t hit the people fighting in the correct lane, and instructed his daughter to start filming the happening in case they were needed as witnesses. As Dao’s daughter filmed, the occurrence quickly escalated–harsh words were exchanged, a chug-a-lug was thrown in a woman’s face, and then the driver of the Ram kicked in the Honda’s grille.

“I couldn’t swear by it. As soon as he kicked the grille, I was like, ‘This is prevailing down now,” said Dao. “I was thinking this is wealthy to be bad. At that time, I knew because there was medico damage.”

As soon as the Ram driver kicked the Honda the undiminished situation went sideways and devolved into a gigantic brawl, with the people from both vehicles throwing unpopulated punches and grappling with one another. A woman who was a passenger in the Ram attempted to break up the scrum but took a haymaker in the mask for her troubles. Eventually, the fight broke up and the people returned to their vehicles which Dao phoney meant that the altercation was over. Plainly though, the Ram driver felt he hadn’t made his pith, and he reversed at high speed into the Honda, smashing the fascia and buckling the hood. The Ram then sped off westbound on U.S. 290 with the Honda on its hinie.

According to the Harris County Sheriff’s Post, the incident was not reported and there is no word what happened to the brawlers after they left the site.


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