Man Clings To Hood Of SUV In Excessive-Velocity Street-Rage Incident

A 65-year-old man clung to the hood of an SUV because it traveled at speeds of as much as 70 miles an hour following a highway rage incident on the Massachusetts Turnpike.

The person, Richard Kamrowski, and the driving force of the SUV, 37-year-old Mark Fitzgerald, had been concerned in a minor sideswipe on Saturday and had pulled over to alternate data, Fox Information reported. When the boys obtained into an argument, Fitzgerald started to drive away. That’s when Kamrowski jumped on the hood of Fitzgerald’s SUV.

“I believed he was going to run over me and I don’t know I don’t assume he stopped he simply stored going quick then sluggish, quick then sluggish attempting to get me to slip off and I wasn’t getting off the automotive,” Kamrowski advised WFXT.

In the end, different drivers ― together with one with a gun ― persuaded Fitzgerald to cease his car.

Massachusetts State Police arrested each Fitzgerald and Kamrowski, WFXT reported. Fitzgerald faces fees of assault with a harmful weapon, negligent driving and leaving the scene of an accident involving property harm. Kamrowski was charged with disorderly conduct.

The person with the gun was not charged.

Try the harrowing video above.