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‘I’ll kill your a**’ | Video captures man threatening woman after suspected road rage incident in Schertz

The road rage incident in which a man threatened a woman at a crimson gentle is being investigated by the Schertz Police Department.

SCHERTZ, Texas — A Seguin woman is sharing her story after a road rage incident bought out of hand.

The Schertz Police Department is investigating an incident {that a} driver was caught on video of a man grabbing on the woman and making threats.

Evelyn Degn was going by way of Schertz when she says she handed a man in a crimson Jeep, and bought in entrance of him.

“He started getting really really close, so I tapped my brakes and he lost it after that. That’s when he got next to me and started, kind of pretending to bump my car,” Degn mentioned.

Near the nook of Elbel Road and Roy Richard Drive is the place Degn says the identical man caught as much as her.

“I could’ve de-escalated before it got to that point, but I didn’t know it was going to get to that point,” she says she was stopped at a crimson gentle in the center lane of Roy Richard Drive when she seen the man take off his seatbelt and get out of his car. 

She says her telephone was mounted on the dashboard so she began recording the video on Snapchat.

“What the **** is your problem, I’ll kill your ***,” the man could be heard saying in the video.

Degn additionally fights again throughout their argument—one thing she later regrets.

“I’m kind of disappointed. I wish I would’ve reacted differently but like in the moment, people say, you should’ve done this or should’ve done that but you have no idea when you’re right there,” Degn mentioned.

The video goes onto present the man stating he is aware of the place Degn lives and has her plates, in response to a police report.

“You’re a dead ****,” the man mentioned earlier than he walked again to his automotive. Degn says he left shortly after that.

She posted the video on Facebook which bought 1000’s of views. She referred to as police and filed a report hours later.

Although individuals in the put up seem to determine the man, Schertz Police didn’t say whether or not or not the man is being charged or if he’s needed for questioning.

A police report states Degn had her doorways locked however window rolled down as a result of her AC was damaged.

Degn needs issues might’ve gone in a different way.

“People just need to be careful on the roads, try not to make people mad. Don’t cut anybody off, I’m changing my way of driving after that happened,” Degn mentioned.

Schertz Police inform KENS 5 their investigation into the incident is ongoing.

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