I-95: Nation’s Busiest Highway Home To Angriest Drivers Featuring Most Road Rage Incidents

By  //  July 19, 2017

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ABOVE VIDEO: A chain reaction from an apparent road rage incident flips truck.

(FOX NEWS) – It’s been a busy few weeks for road rage incidents on Interstate 95, which the Federal Highway Administration says is the nation’s busiest highway.

On June 20 in Florida, a motorist was fatally stabbed after a sideswipe crash in Palm Beach Country involving a sedan and a van. After the crash, the drivers of the two vehicles began fighting and one stabbed the other to death with a knife. It was the county’s third road rage incident on I-95 since February, according to the Palm Beach Post.

On July 6, police arrested an Episcopalian priest after he allegedly pointed a gun at a mother and son in Florida and cursed at them. The priest, William Rian Adams, 35, of Fletcher, N.C., was driving with his wife when he was pulled over in a red Corvette.

Police reportedly found a Glock handgun in the Corvette and arrested Adams on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.


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