A road rage incident on Highway 14 near Newhall Avenue Wednesday morning resulted in a two-car crash and a motorcyclist who remains at large, according to CHP officials.
The motorcycle was described as a “Harley Davidson type” in the CHP field report.
Here are additional details from the CHP:
On June 21, 2017 at approximately 0545 hours Party #1 (Gonzalez) was traveling in Vehicle #1 (Nissan) on southbound SR-14, at Newhall Avenue within the HOV lane (Carpool).
Photo: Kris Canfield Benavidez.
Party #2 (Unknown) was riding on Vehicle #2 (Motorcycle) on southbound SR-14, at Newhall Avenue, also within the HOV lane (Carpool), to the left of vehicle #1.
Party #3 (Benavidez) was traveling in Vehicle #3 (Cadillac) on southbound SR-14, at Newhall Avenue within the #2 lane.
Both Party #1 and Party #2 engaged in an altercation within the HOV lane on southbound SR-14, at Newhall Avenue.
From the road rage incident, vehicle #1 (Nissan) lost control of the vehicle where it collided into the center divider.
After this collision, vehicle #1 (Nissan) was deflected into southbound traffic #2 lane and broadsided vehicle #3 (Cadillac) which caused vehicle #3 to roll over.
Party #2 fled the scene on Vehicle #2 motorcycle.
Party #3 Benavidez sustained moderate injuries from the collision and was transported to Henry Mayo Hospital.
Any info or witnesses the public may have, we encourage them to call the CHP Newhall Area office at 661-294-5540.
Video courtesy Octavio Fernandez.