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Road rage incident ends at Cookeville school

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COOKEVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

Two drivers who were involved in a road rage incident Tuesday stopped at a school in Cookeville to settle their differences, according to a report in the Herald Citizen.

Police said the incident occurred right as students were about to be released for the day at Northeast Elementary on Old Kentucky Road.

One of the drivers involved in the fight was a mother who was on her way to pick up her son from the school.

Police said a man followed her to the school to have a word with her after an incident at 10th Street and Highway 111.

The man said the mother honked at him, gave him the finger and drove around him in the intersection.

A Cookeville police officer happened to be parked at the school to watch a play and helped to quell the fight.

The officer said the mom accused the male driver of pushing her in the school parking lot.

The officer said the mom was so aggressive, screaming and yelling he nearly took her into custody for disorderly conduct.

The officer decided to release both drivers without charges.

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