Did you witness the road rage incident at Palmerston?

David Murtagh 2 December 2020 2
Kosciuszko Avenue and The Valley Avenue

The incident occurred at the intersection of Kosciuszko Avenue and The Valley Avenue. Image: Google Maps.

ACT Policing is seeking witnesses and dash-cam footage of a road rage incident that occurred in Palmerston on Friday morning (27 November).

The incident began at about 9:55 am when two vehicles – a black Lexus and a red Holden – were travelling southbound on Gungahlin Drive.

The vehicles subsequently stopped at the intersection of Kosciuszko Avenue and The Valley Avenue where the two men driving the vehicles engaged in a confrontation. During this confrontation, one of the men is alleged to have assaulted the other.

Police believe there were a number of other vehicles on the road at the time of the incident, and are urging anyone who witnessed the incident to come forward.

Anyone with information or dash-cam footage that could assist police is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Quote reference 6682488. Information can be provided anonymously.

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2 Responses to Did you witness the road rage incident at Palmerston?
ssek ssek 10:47 am 02 Dec 20

So two blokes got out of their cars and had a fight, and now the loser is running to the police for revenge? Shameful.

Maybe don’t get out of your car and shape up? The police should have better things to do than care about some sook who lost a fights crusade for revenge.

    theroundone theroundone 2:02 pm 03 Dec 20

    Your answer is both rational and logical.

    However, this city is full of hypocritical sycophants, cowards and wretches who truly do believe that the Police will drop everything to help them with problems of their own creation, and do not want to hear logic or reason.

    This city has a Caste system; people that erroneously believe that they are of a higher caste believe that they can act however they want, and not be held accountable for their actions.

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