(SAN DIEGO) -- Police in San Diego are trying to determine whether a collision during an alleged road rage incident between two women was intentional or whether one of the drivers lost control of her vehicle while expressing her displeasure with the other driver.
The California Highway Patrol in San Diego told ABC News Monday that they are investigating dash cam video that shows a pickup truck swerving into a car, causing them both to crash on Saturday.
“Right now whether it’s a crash or a criminal act is under investigation,” Officer Jake Sanchez with the San Diego CHP said.
“There was some sort of display of displeasure, on both sides I believe,” Sanchez said.
As seen in the video, the accident starts when the pick-up truck on the left moves alongside the car on the right. CHP confirms the driver of the pick-up truck was angry, and pulled next to the car to show her displeasure with the other driver.
If the incident is found to be a criminal act, charges could range from reckless driving to attempted murder, Sanchez said.
The woman in the pick-up truck suffered minor lacerations, while the other woman complained of back pain, Sanchez said. The women were not immediately identified.
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