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The man from Massachusetts keeps the hood of the car for three miles in the road rage accident



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Police told NBC Boston that 65-year-old Richard Kamorski jumped on a white infinity SUV from Marc Fitzgerald, 37, after an oral interlude about a minor road accident on Interstate 90 at about 20 miles west of Boston.

Fitzgerald apparently had enough of the two men's confrontation at a time after the clash and tried to repel him, but Kambroski jumped on his hood and held on while Fitzgerald was driving "a very long distance."

Although Fitzgerald pushed his small SUV at a speed of 70 miles per hour during the incident, no one was injured. Eventually, the driver was stopped by others on the road, one of which was enough to direct a gun to the jeep to convince him to stop the car, NBC Boston said.

"I thought it would overturn me." Kamrovsky told NBC's affiliate. "I do not think he stopped, he went on fast, slowly, quickly, slowly to make me out."

The police arrested the two men: Fitzgerald was charged with assaulting a dangerous weapon, a casual operation, and leaving the scene of a catastrophe causing property damage, and Kamrovski's faces who were faced with offenses were charged.

"I was attacked, that's all," Kamrovsky told NBC Boston. "I kept telling him," Stop the car, stop the car, "and he will not stop.

NBC Boston was unable to get a statement from Fitzgerald about the incident as he escaped from their camera and