VIDEO: Punches Thrown, Hair Yanked In Intense Road Rage Incident At Busy Intersection

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An extreme incident of road rage erupted into a fight during heavy traffic in a Florida intersection Monday afternoon.

Eyewitness Dalton Lee sat at a red light and filmed the confrontation on his phone. The video shows a woman punching a man in a truck several times while yanking on his hair in the middle of the road. “I’ve seen lots of hand gestures and people yelling and honking horns but nothing to this extent,” Lee told NBC. “I’ve never seen anyone actually leave their vehicle and start a physical altercation.”

A good samaritan tried to break up the fight but was unsuccessful. Lee chose to stay in his car,  “It can be very dangerous to approach complete strangers physically like that.”

Lee County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) said they are investigating the fight and believe it may be linked to a stolen cell phone.

Another woman commented about the fight to NBC2 saying, “Keep your calm because you never know what the other person could do.”

Reporter Ryan Clarke Arbogast tweeted Monday, “🚗#ONLYINFLORIDA🚨 An @NBC2 viewer shared this video of a wild road rage fight along Gladiolus and Winkler in Ft. Myers from about 1pm today. It’s unclear if there have been any arrests.”

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