A road rage incident on the Massachusetts turnpike turned potentially deadly when one of the men involved in the incident, ended up on the hood of the other car while it traveled down the highway.
Authorities say the man on the SUV’s hood, 65-year-old Richard Kamrowski, had gotten into a minor side-swipe crash with the SUV, and that he confronted the SUV driver, identified as 37-year-old Mark Fitzgerald, on foot during stop-and-go traffic. One thing led to another, and for reasons still under investigation, Kamrowski ended up on the hood of Fitzgerald’s SUV. Court documents show that both men blame the other for the escalation.
Frankie Hernandez, an Army veteran, found himself in a situation where he made the decision to draw his firearm to stop the driver from possibly killing the person on his hood.
In the video of the incident, you can see the vehicle boxed in, and that’s when Hernandez draws on the driver and tells him to get out of the car.