Alaska State Troopers are investigating a road rage incident Wednesday morning in which a gun was pulled on a driver. 

Around 7, troopers received a report from a man regarding a road rage incident on the Parks Highway. 

The initial investigation indicated two male drivers were cutting each other off while southbound on the Parks. One of the drivers took an exit at Hyer Road, and then the other, troopers say, pulled alongside him, crossing the double yellow lines, pulled out a gun and signaled him to pull over. 

The complainant says he then showed the other driver that he, too, was packing, and the confrontation ended.

While no license plate was given, the complainant was able to describe the suspect vehicle as a silver Dodge Dakota truck with a lift kit, large tires and a "redneck" sticker across the back windshield.

No arrests have been made, nor have any citations been issued; the investigation is ongoing.

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