http://http://northeastportland.katu.com/content/cops-road-rage-involved-crash-flipped-semi PORTLAND, Ore. – Police say road rage played a role in a major accident on the Glenn Jackson I-205 bridge early Thursday morning. The wreck, involving a small car and a Conway semi pulling two trailers, blocked all but one of the southbound lanes of the bridge just after 2 a.m. Police said they believe the drivers of two cars, a silver Honda Civic and a possibly red Pontiac Grand Am got into a road rage situation that continued onto the bridge. The Pontiac reportedly hit the Honda, which then hit the semi. The truck swerved to avoid a collision and flipped onto its side. The Pontiac was not hit and the driver fled the scene. Two people in the Honda managed to walk away from the car despite heavy damage. They were taken to a local hospital to be treated for minor injuries. The bridge was down to one lane at times early Thursday morning as crews righted and removed the semi and trailers. Police did not say what started the road rage incident but the driver of the Honda, 21-year-old Ilya Anikin, ended up with a citation from Oregon authorities for DUII and reckless driving. He was then arrested by the Washington State Patrol for DUII in that state. Anyone with information about the other driver in the Pontiac is asked to call the Portland Police Bureau at (503) 823-4357. The car likely does not have any damage.