Los Angeles Road Rage Video Goes Viral

Warning: Video contains disturbing language.

By Brandon Lowrey
|  Tuesday, Jun 25, 2013  |  Updated 10:17 AM CDT
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A dashboard-mounted camera video of an apparent road-rage incident on a Los Angeles freeway has gone viral. The nearly eight-minute video shows a man weaving in and out of traffic on the 110 Freeway, shouting racial slurs and hurling bottles and cans. Beverly White reports from downtown Los Angeles for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on June 24, 2013.

A dashboard-mounted camera video of an apparent road-rage incident on a Los Angeles freeway has gone viral. The nearly eight-minute video shows a man weaving in and out of traffic on the 110 Freeway, shouting racial slurs and hurling bottles and cans. Beverly White reports from downtown Los Angeles for the NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on June 24, 2013.

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A dashboard-mounted camera video of an apparent road-rage incident on a Los Angeles freeway has gone viral.

The nearly eight-minute video shows a man weaving in and out of traffic on the 110 Freeway, shouting racial slurs and hurling bottles and cans. At one point, the road-raging man gets out of his car, runs at the victim's vehicle and appears to throw something inside.

Austin Ho -- the victim -- captured the incident on his dashboard-mounted camera (below).

Ho said he later hand-delivered the footage to the California Highway Patrol.

"They didn't believe my story when I just told them," Ho told NBC4. "I showed them the video, and once they saw the video, they realized how crazy this guy was."

 

Warning: The video contains disturbing language.

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