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Man captures road rage fight on camera

CARROLL COUNTY, KY (WAVE) - A man said he couldn't believe the scene that unfolded in front of him following a crash on Interstate 71 near Carrollton.

David Boggs said he was driving on I-71 on Sunday when two drivers started fighting on the highway.

According to Boggs, a man wearing denim shorts crashed his truck into a truck driven by the man wearing khaki shorts. That's when Boggs said the man in the denim shorts yanked the other driver out of his car, then a woman who was with the man in the denim shorts sat on top of the other driver while the man in the denim shorts punched him.

"She jumps up on the hood and runs and does a weave move and jumps on top of him and helps knock him down. Then he starts beating him up. This girl she never got off of him even when I pulled away she was still sitting on top of him and the man who got hit he never was aggressive or nothing," Boggs said.

Boggs said the man in the denim continued the punch the man who was down.

He said he contacted police and left the scene because he was worried about his safety.

Kentucky State Police said no arrests have been made, but they are reviewing the video and will be consulting the county attorney to see if any charges will be filed.

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