This is the moment two women come to blows on a Massachusetts highway Friday.
State police said that they received two calls from people who witnessed the two women drivers fighting on Route 128 in Danvers at about 10am.
The fight, which stopped traffic in multiple lanes, was apparently initiated by one of the women rear-ending the other woman.
Two Massachusetts women were caught on camera stopping traffic as they fought on the highway during a case of Friday morning road rage
In one of the
It then appears as if the minivan driver pulls the car door open further, resulting in the red coat-wearing woman tumbling out onto the highway. She quickly regains her footing and immediately starts trying to hit the other woman in the face.
The two women then proceed to slap at each other, scream into each other’s faces and otherwise wrestle. They don’t stop until a third woman exits her car and intercedes.
The minivan driver then gets into her car and speeds off.
In a second video of the incident, one of the women can be heard screaming, ‘Get the f**k off of me!’
The women were seen screaming, as well as slapping and trying to hit each other
They only stopped fighting when a third woman (in black) exited her own car to intervene
The woman who recorded the video as she drove by can also be heard shouting that she is sending the video to the police, a claim which she apparently followed through on.
State police told
After the videos of the incident hit the internet, police said that one of the women came forward. They were able to track down the second woman from her license plate which was visible in one of the videos.
Authorities have not yet released the names of the women involved in the fight, however they said that the driver of the Subaru Outback was a 33-year-old woman from Gloucester, Massachusetts, and the driver of the Nissan Altima was a 64-year-old woman from Beverly, Massachusetts.
It is unclear if either woman will face any charges stemming from the incident.