MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The male cyclist who was hit by a car in a hit and run road rage incident near Millbranch and Brooks Rd. on Thursday, July 21 was arrested for warrants, Memphis Police said.
MPD has not released the cyclist name, but they said that the dash camera video footage that shows a female driver running over a man as they were both exiting a driveway has now been submitted to its Traffic Division for further investigation.
The woman was driving a black Audi with drive-out tags. ABC24 reached out to MPD for further comment about whether the woman will face any charges for running over the male cyclist. MPD has not given a response.
An ABC24 viewer shared dash camera footage which shows the woman running over the cyclist. The video then shows that the female driver and the passenger got out of the car and approached the cyclist, who got up, dazed.
The male cyclist then picks up his bike and swings it at the woman, attempting to hit her in the face with the bike. The woman and the passenger then rush back to the car and get in.
Further in the video, footage shows the woman running over the man's bike, and then reversing her vehicle. The man then throws the bike at the hood of the driver's car.
She then tries to run him down with the car yet again, and then drives away.
Memphis Police said the cyclist did not have to be taken to the hospital.