Highway Argument May Have Caused Accident

On June 4, an argument on a Santa Clara, California highway led to a car crash. The police are currently in the process of searching for the man who is believed to have caused the accident by threatening another driver.

The incident began sometime before 8 a.m. when two drivers began arguing for some reason on the highway. According to Santa Clara Lt. Mike Sellers, both cars exited onto the San Tomas Expressway.

As the pair stopped their respective vehicles at a red light, one of the drivers exited his vehicle and approached the other vehicle brandished a large, metallic object believed to be a crowbar, according to Sellers.

The other man sped away, causing a crash. Sellers said the man with the metal object reentered his vehicle, an early ‘90s red Ford Thunderbird, and left the scene.
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