IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (KIFI/KIDK) - UPDATE 3/6/18: Two men are facing reckless driving charges for a road rage incident that left one man's car on top of the icy Snake River.
Last Wednesday, Michael Bemis and Trevor Burg were driving on Utah Avenue near the Idaho Falls Walmart.
Police say Bemis started yelling at Burg for running a stop sign.
Burg then got out of his car and started threatening Bemis with a hammer.
They both got out of their cars and were yelling at each other.
Burg then got back in his car and drove toward Bemis, stopping just short of hitting him.
That's when Bemis got into his car and chased Burg.
When they got to Memorial Drive, Burg lost control, spun into the embankment and onto the river.
Luckily, his car did not fall through the ice.
Idaho Falls Police responded to a road rage incident Wednesday night that started at the Wal-Mart on Utah street.
The incident ended near the LDS temple with one truck ending up on the sidewalk.
The other car went over the road into the ice on the river.
A jogger on the sidewalk at the time of the accident was not hurt.
Neither of the drivers were hurt.
Idaho Falls police tells Local News 8 and KIDK Eyewitness News charges will be filed.
They also want to remind everyone to not take road rage incidents into their own hands but to call Idaho Falls dispatch at 208-529-1200.