Second road rage incident on I-95 in as many days

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Second road rage incident on I-95 in as many days: Annie McCormick reports on Action News at 11 p.m., November 14, 2017 (WPVI)

Police said a driver in Northeast Philadelphia threatened another with a firearm Tuesday morning.

Chopper 6 captured video of the scene at Martin Mills and Levick streets just before 11 a.m. Tuesday.

Police said Diamond Gibson, 23, was charged with terroristic threats for allegedly brandishing a handgun at another driver on I-95.

According to State Police, at some point while heading north on 95, Gibson got into an altercation with another driver, then pulled beside him and displayed a firearm.

Gibson exited on Cottman Avenue, but a witness followed him and called 911.

This incident comes less than 24 hours after another road rage incident that also occurred on northbound I-95, that one ending in gunfire.

"The aggressor pulled a handgun, pointed it at the car, fired two shots," said Lt. Ralph Johnson of the Bristol Township Police. "One shot hit the passenger door, went into the right quarter panel."

Police said because of construction there was a merge, this car merged in front of the car that followed him, a Buick Rendevous.

Drivers were on the lookout Tuesday night for that Buick Rendevous and say they see driver frustrations daily.

"I always say 'I'm sorry, I'm sorry' but nobody wants to hear that," said Jennifer Carter of Mayfair. "They're beeping and giving you the finger."

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