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Shocking footage captured on I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car across lanes and forcing her into a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat

Baseball-clubbing woman causes a furious fight in Chicago by driving in front of the female driver who then attacks her on the highway

  • Shocking footage of the fight was captured on I-57 in Chicago, Illinois
  • Woman in a black car hits the hood of a silver Hyundai with a baseball bat
  • Hyundai passenger throws her door open and gets trapped in a fight with her
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The police started an investigation after three women saw each other attack in a fight on the road.

Shocking footage captured on I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car across lanes and forcing her into a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat.

The woman then gets out of her car and hits the hood of the Hyundai with the bat.

A passenger from the Hyundai then jumps out of the car and runs towards the woman and starts shouting at her.

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The women get trapped in a mischievous grip as they claw at each other and pull each other's hair.

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

She rushes to the fighting women and tries to pull the woman who hits her car away from her passenger with a baseball bat.

Shocking footage captured on I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car across lanes and forcing her into a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat

The woman then gets out of her car and hits the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

The woman then gets out of her car and hits the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

Shocking footage captured on I-57 in Chicago, Illinois, shows a woman in a black car across lanes and forcing her into a silver Hyundai while holding a baseball bat. The woman then gets out of her car and hits the hood of the Hyundai with the bat

The police responded on Thursday at 7:33 a.m., but by the time they arrived the women had left

The police responded on Thursday at 7:33 a.m., but by the time they arrived the women had left

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The police responded on Thursday at 7:33 a.m., but by the time they arrived the women had left

Witnesses said they believe the passenger was her daughter.

The police responded on Thursday at 7:33 a.m., but by the time they arrived the women had left.

They are now calling on more witnesses to help their investigation, no arrests have yet been made.

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

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

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