In Thailand, police are dealing with a rather novel case of road rage after a man was driving at an excessive speed through the Khao Yai National Park after being warned about animals on the road and hit an elephant in its back legs. The elephant proceeded to crush the car with the man in it.
The death of the driver hopefully will not lead to the killing of the elephant, a common response to a wild animal killing a human. If the elephant is not mortally injured, it is hardly a sign of viciousness for an elephant to respond to a physical assault or injury.
Roughly two people are killed by elephants each year in or near the park.