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See How This Bulldozer Battle Royale Plays Out in China (W/Video)

Battle over construction contract reaches epic climax in the streets

Stefan Ogbac
Apr 18, 2016

A video showing at least six front end loader construction vehicles fighting on the streets of China has landed on the worldwide web. The incident happened in Hebei province in Northern China, which is near Beijing. According to the South China Morning Post, the bulldozer drivers were from two truck service firms in intense competition over a client.

In the beginning of the video, you can see two drivers using their loaders' shovels to block and attack each other. After one gets knocked onto its size, three others join in the fray and the fight escalates into an all-out, Grand Theft Auto-style confrontation. One of the vehicles tries to raise another with its shovel but fails to do so. Eventually, the entire street is clouded in dust as the construction vehicles continue to fight and block the road. The fighting didn't end until the police arrived on the scene.

The exact cause of the conflict remains unknown, but South China Morning Post reports that several people have been injured due to the confrontation and a number of vehicles were damaged as a result.

Check out the video below.

Source: South China Morning Post, YouTube

By Stefan Ogbac
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