While living in Toronto can come with some privileges, one downfall to living in the city is an immense amount of traffic that can slow down your daily commute. Torontonians know that if you're a driver, there can be nothing worse than driving on a major street during rush hour.\nA new video posted to Facebook shows exactly how wild the Toronto streets can get. The video shows two Canadian men fighting in the middle of traffic. They literally got out of their vehicles on College Street by Dufferin Street to get into a full blown fist fight.\nThe video shows two men, one dressed in purple and one dressed in grey engaging in a serious brawl in the middle of traffic. The beginning of the clip shows the man in grey going after the man in purple after he gets out of his car and knocks him into his door.\nThe men continue to fight in the opposite lane, blocking the oncoming traffic, before a woman has to actually get out of her car to get the men to quit beating each other up.\nVia Christian Patrick l Facebook\nThe new video is just one amongst many as more incidents have been filmed in the GTA this year. This past weekend, a teenager was arrested and charged after nearly running down a woman in Brampton, while last week another woman was arrested after stealing a phone on the TTC.\nTwo weeks ago a man was exposed on Reddit for hurling racist insults towards a family with a child at Jack Layton ferry terminal. Earlier this month a woman broke into a Brampton Tim Hortons through the drive-thru window and proceeded to get physical with employees.\nMy sister was almost killed by a deranged driver in Brampton today. Driver hit two cars, including my sister’s, and ran her over. Hit and run. @PeelPoliceMedia are searching for her. If you recognize her, please report to police. @CP24 @globalnewsto @CBCToronto @CTVToronto pic.twitter.com/3WklbwmEQo\n— Vandon Gene (@vandongene) August 10, 2018\nWhile it's unclear what incident sparked these men to get physical with one another, it's very obvious that altercations being caught on video have long-lasting effects. Their identities are still unknown and it's unclear if the Toronto Police are investigating the incident.\nWe're just glad that the female driver stepped in before anyone got seriously hurt.