Police remind public to avoid engagement in road rage incidents

By paNOW Staff
July 10, 2018 - 2:00pm

Recent road rage incidents generating traction on social media have police reminding people to not take matters into their own hands.

A man was attacked with a shovel at the end of March following a road rage incident, and a video making the rounds on social media posted on July 7 highlight the need for the message.

The graphic video appears to show two men attacking another man on a Prince Albert road.

Prince Albert Police confirmed they are aware of the video and are investigating the matter.

“If you are a victim of verbal or physical assault do not try to engage with the assailant,” Prince Albert Police spokesperson Alanna Adamko said. “Find a safe place or remain in your vehicle, lock your doors and call the Prince Albert Police Service.”

 

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