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Videos from at least two helmet cameras show what police are calling a road rage incident between a pickup truck and a large group of motorcyclists headed to Saturday’s annual Bike Blessing in downtown Anchorage.Adam Pierce and another rider recorded the incident and their videos have since sparked outrage on social media sites.Other motorcyclists pulled them apart and the truck sped off through the red light.Renee Oistad, a spokeswoman for the Anchorage Police Department, said the truck driver initially called them after the incident about a broken side mirror he claimed was damaged by the group, but they have not been able to get ahold of him since the videos were released.“He finally gets past us and that was pretty much the end of it, and then we looked farther forward.
“We now have somebody who has taken it upon themselves to find an address that they believe this truck driver lives at and posted it online and have called for people to go to his home and retaliate,” Oistad said. Police have made contact with the individuals who live at that home and have confirmed the truck driver is not currently living there and hasn’t been at that address for several weeks.The people who do live at that house are completely uninvolved in the road rage incident and now fear for their own safety due to a situation they were not a part of.” Oistad said police are urging the public to leave the homeowners alone.The group caught up with the truck at a red light and a confrontation between a motorcyclist and the truck’s driver ensued.In one video, the driver can be seen grabbing the motorcyclist as he stands outside the truck with his hands at his side, yelling.
In the videos, the truck can be seen making dangerous moves, sometimes coming very close to the nearly 100 motorcycles, and at other times leaving the main roadway to go around the group.
“I look back, and that’s when I see this truck just chasing him up the shoulder,” Pierce said.