A road rage incident Wednesday morning left one man hospitalized and another in handcuffs. Granted stuff like this happens in New York City, but this incident was particularly scary according to police.

It also took a while to play out, according to NBC, as the fight started forty city blocks away before ending at the intersection of W 57th Street and 11th Avenue,

The NY Post said that the two motorists were fighting over the other's "quality of their driving", (one man was driving an Jeep Grand Cherokee and the other a Kawasaki).

Okay, so what else is new?. This, however, is when things took a scary turn, as the Post says the SUV driver allegedly ran down the motorcyclist and even pinned him underneath his vehicle.

Both drivers accused the other of starting the altercation. The motorcyclist only suffered some minor injuries and was taken to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, according to the Post. 

Police say the SUV driver was arrested and charged with second-degree, criminal mischief, menacing, reckless endangerment and reckless driving.