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ENCINITAS, Calif. (KABC) -- A frightening case of road rage near San Diego was captured on video, as a driver came face-to-face with another driver pointing what looked like a gun back at him.

A 20-year old man says he was driving his parents' Tesla Wednesday and entered the 5 Freeway, when a pickup truck almost hit him.



He says he honked his horn and switched lanes. But moments later the pickup truck got right back behind him, then pulled up to the side and pointed the apparent gun.

Another vehicle got between the two and the driver thinks that may have deterred the pickup driver from shooting.

CHP investigators are now looking into it.

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Multi-Vehicle Crash With Semi-Truck Shuts Down I-76 At Dahlia Street Close To Thornton

ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) — Colorado State Patrol responded to a multi-vehicle crash on westbound I-76 near Thornton Wednesday morning.

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According to CSP, State Patrol responded to the call for the crash close to 6:50 a.m., where a semi-truck was found jackknifed in the median of the interstate at Dahlia Street, approaching 74th Avenue. At least two other vehicles were involved.

CSP says it received reports of injuries in the crash, but the extent was unknown.

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The lanes on westbound I-76 are completely shut down, and there is no estimated time for when lanes will reopen. Traffic was being moved past the crash on the shoulder of the roadway.

There is no further information at this time.

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