“It’s always gotta be somebody in a truck,” Suljic captioned his video
Owner of Arch Auto Sales and St. Louis, MO resident Ibro Enzo Suljic shared dashcam footage on his personal Facebook showing a driver in a lifted black Chevrolet Silverado on I-270 in Creve Coeur (St. Louis County) slowing to a crawl and purposely driving into a Toyota Camry travelling in the fast lane.
Check out Suljic’s crazy video below.
The road rage incident happened just before Exit 13 on Ladue Road, right across from Mercy Hospital St. Louis.
I’ve found the exact location on Google Maps, link provided here.
It’s not clear when this video was taken and, from its grainy resolution, it might be a video copied from somewhere else on social media or was perhaps sent to Suljic in one of those, ” Yo, check this out” type of posts.
It’s quite clear that this is unadulterated road rage, plain and simple.
Who started it and what led up to this unfortunate circumstance, your guess is as good as mine.
If I were to guess it probably started out small, one driver feeling slighted at what the other driver did, probably one cutting off the other.
The back and forth on I-270 got so out of hand the driver in the Silverado felt justified enough, his truck probably not worth as much as his lift kit, to drive into the Camry, grinding the front of that Camry’s front end into the freeway divider.
That’s exactly what that dashcam video shows.
In Missouri, aggressive driving is classified as a Class C misdemeanor, which is bumped up to a Class A misdemeanor punishable by jail time and/or a fine when an accident is involved.
It’s best to avoid road rage, which is what looks like this Camry driver was trying to do.
But, to escalate road rage even further, turning it into a literal destruction derby, is just unconscionable.
Googling around, no major news outlets, except for the Riverfront Times, have reported on this incident and none with any relevant updates besides what you see in the video.
Did you see this happen? Have any inside information what happened to either driver? Let me know in the comments below.
h/t – Riverfront Times