U.S. M-ATV vehicle runs a Russian Tigr armored utility vehicle off the road in Syria

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Road Rage US Armored Vehicle drive off Russian GAZ Tigr off the road

A last week’s incident between U.S. Special Operations Forces and their Russian counterpart has not yet been resolved and a new video of road rage has been allegedly caught on camera. A crazy video of alleged American and Russian armored vehicle road rage incident in Syria has surfaced online.

Details about the incident are still limited, but according to the description, it occurred on February 19, 2020 near the town of Qamishli in northeast Syria.

A video shows a U.S. military M-ATV mine-resistant vehicle running a Russian GAZ Tigr armored utility vehicle off the road somewhere near the town of Qamishli in northeastern Syria. The incident reportedly occurred relatively close to where U.S. Special Operations Forces found themselves in a last weeks’ standoff with a mob of civilians and militiamen aligned with Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad a week ago. Russian forces were also present during that altercation, which ultimately left at least one Syrian dead.

A camera inside what appears to be a civilian vehicle also traveling along the same stretch of road captured the incident. The town of Qamishli is near the Turkish-Syrian border. It is unclear when exactly the events in the video actually occurred, but according to the description of the video, it happened yesterday.

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