Seattle’s King5TV.com is showing a sensational video of a bicyclist on the hood of a car. The video, which was taken with a cell phone, shows a car driving at high speeds with a bicyclist holding on for dear life on the hood of the car. View the video.
The road rage incident happened on at the intersection of SE 58th Avenue and SE Washington Street in Portland, Oregon. The bicyclist, Jason Rehnberg, 37, yelled at a driver of a car to slow down. The driver, James Millican 21, became enraged and tried to hit the bicyclist with his car. After running over the bicycle, he tried to run over Rehnberg and two witnesses who were copying down his license plate number. Rehberg ended up on the hood of Millican’s car and held on to the windshield wiper blades as the car careened around the neighborhood. Rehnberg was able to dismount at 60th Avenue.
Millican was arrested and is being charged with attempted assault, kidnapping, second degree attempted assault, driving under the influence of intoxicants, criminal mischief and reckless driving according to King5TV.com.
Rehnberg was not injured in the incident.
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