Ice cream truck turf war breaks out on Easter

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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KPLR) - A ice cream truck turf war broke out Easter morning in north St. Louis County on Parker Road, near Highway 367. Just after 1 pm, two ice cream trucks got into a dust up, when the driver of one truck cut off another truck, threatening the driver of the first truck.

The driver of the second truck then proceeded to damage the first truck, music siren and merchandise.

The driver of the damage truck says he’s had the same route for seven years and the second driver wanted to take over his route.

But the real kicker here is that both drivers work for the same company.

The victim says he plans on keeping his route, and that other driver may lose his job.

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