A road rage incident occured near the Pitt River Bridge on Thursday afternoon.

Highway road rage under investigation by Ridge Meadows Mounties

A road rage incident near the Pitt River bridge is under investigation by Maple Ridge Mounties.

Mounties are investigating a reported incident of road rage near the Pitt River Bridge.

The apparent fight involving three men happened on Lougheed Highway just before Kennedy Road Thursday at about 3:30 p.m.

A Ridge Meadows RCMP spokesperson said police received a report and a video taken by a witness, and are investigating how the fight transpired. The men involved have been identified.

There were no serious injuries sustained by those involved, the spokesperson said, although road rage on any busy highway has the potential to become a risk of safety.

“People do make errors in judgement, and people who are driving aggressively –that doesn’t help.”

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