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Wild road rage brawl caught on dashcam

A BRAWL between at least four men has been captured on dashcam in Adelaide's west.

The footage appears to have been shot at the intersection of Tapleys Hill Road and West Lakes Boulevard at Seaton Park on December 6.

In the short clip, a man can be seen approaching another man in the middle of the road as the car carrying the camera approachs.

As the two men exhange words, a third walks into frame before a punch is thrown.

A group of men has been recorded in amateur video appearing to fight at the intersection of Tapleys Hill Road and West Lakes Boulevard. Source: Dashcam Owners Australia
A group of men has been recorded in amateur video appearing to fight at the intersection of Tapleys Hill Road and West Lakes Boulevard. Source: Dashcam Owners Australia

A fourth man the appears to join the fray as the others throw punches towards one another and into the air.

Dashcam footage appears to show a group of men fighting at the intersection of Tapleys Hill Road and West Lakes Boulevard. Source: Dashcam Owners Australia
Dashcam footage appears to show a group of men fighting at the intersection of Tapleys Hill Road and West Lakes Boulevard. Source: Dashcam Owners Australia

The short clip ends as one driver nearby moves to escape the chaos by driving through a red light, while the four men continue to face off.

A South Australia Police spokeswoman said: "matter was reported by the victim to the Henley Beach Police Station just before 11pm, Wednesday 6 December, and police are investigating."

The video was posted to Dashcam Owners Australia and suggests the incident took place at about 9:45pm on Wednesday.

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