Road rage is believed to be responsible for a four-vehicle crash on the Yellowhead Trail at 121st Street that hurt two young men and closed down the eastbound lanes of the busy thoroughfare Tuesday afternoon.
Police said the driver of a car heading west was part of a road rage dispute after a vehicle had clipped his side mirror.
But the speeding car ended up on the median before flipping over onto the eastbound lanes where it was hit by a number of vehicles.
The driver of an eastbound vehicle told CBC News she could see what was happening, but had no where to go.
"I seen him skidding towards me if you can imagine what that felt like," said Bonnie Davenport, who was running some errands on a day off. "He was sideways — he had already flipped ... and now he was skidding towards me and I had nowhere to go.
"I knew I was going to impact him. I was just glad he wasn't dead."
Her truck was the second vehicle to hit the car, slamming into the passenger side door.
Four people in all were taken to hospital.
Charges are pending.