San Diego County resident Kevin Ely recorded a road rage incident Wednesday afternoon from his dash-mounted iPhone at Mapleview Street and Highway 67. It only lasted about a minute, but with his two young daughters in his car, it was enough for him to worry about their safety.
"I can't afford to have something like that causing accidents. That's stupidity. There's no thought process as to the people around you. There were people next to me thinking the same thing as I was and backed up," Ely said.
CHP Officer Brian Pennings says there could be penalties for the drivers caught on the video, who put so many others at risk.
"You have the brake checking, you have the tailgating, you have the unsafe lane changes, you have the intentionally cutting people off -- there are some consequences to this," Officer Pennings said.
He says if you find yourself in a road rage confrontation, y
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