Baseball bat-wielding woman sparks a furious road rage brawl in Chicago

Chicago News

Police have launched an investigation after three women were spotted attacking each other in a road rage brawl.

Shocking footage captured on the I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car cut across lanes and force her way in front of a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat. 

The woman then proceeds to get out of her car and smack the hood of the Hyundai with the bat.

A passenger from the Hyundai then jumps out of the car and runs over to the woman and starts hailing punches down on her. 

The women become locked in a vice-like grip while clawing at each other and pulling each other’s hair. 

The driver of the silver Hyundai then flings her door open and gets out of the car.

She storms over to the brawling women and tries to pull the woman who hit her car with a baseball bat away from her passenger. 

Shocking footage captured on the I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car cut across lanes and force her way in front of a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat

Shocking footage captured on the I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car cut across lanes and force her way in front of a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat

The woman then proceeds to get out of her car and smack the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

The woman then proceeds to get out of her car and smack the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

Shocking footage captured on the I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car cut across lanes and force her way in front of a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat. The woman then proceeds to get out of her car and smack the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

Police responded to the scene at about 7.13am on Thursday but by the time they arrived the women had left

Police responded to the scene at about 7.13am on Thursday but by the time they arrived the women had left

Police responded to the scene at about 7.13am on Thursday but by the time they arrived the women had left

Witnesses said they believe the passenger was her daughter. 

Police responded to the scene at about 7.13am on Thursday but by the time they arrived the women had left.

The are now appealing for more witnesses to help their investigation, no arrests have been made yet.

According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, nearly 80 per cent of drivers express anger and aggression behind the wheel at least once a year. 

This behavior can then lead to fatal accidents or cause serious injuries.

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