Sometimes when people are enraged they will scream alone in their car or punch a few pillows. In extreme cases, someone may go overboard and put a hole in a wall. Well, if that is considered going overboard, what would you call this?

A Los Angeles man was so angry he destroyed his own home as well as other yards, cars, and anything in his way on Saturday afternoon.

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The First Attack

The LA man driving the dump truck was identified as Ronald Dunn.

His neighbor, Journey Meggerson, witnessed Dunn's rampage and started recording the ordeal shortly after 3:30 p.m. She immediately called the police.

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This was only his first attack. "He first came with like a while Impala and tore up the garage door," said Meggerson.

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The Second Attack

Ronald Dunn left the scene in his car, then came back a second time with a huge dump truck. He drove the truck right through the gated yard and into the house. As he backed up and left the scene he slammed into every car in his way.

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What Was The Reason?

What could possibly be the reason that this man rammed a truck into his house out of anger?

A restraining order... That's the reason.

Dunn's soon-to-be ex-wife, Patricia Dunn, filed a restraining order against him while going through the divorce process. This drove Ronald to madness.

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When Patricia Dunn was asked to describe what she felt during the horrifying ordeal, she said, "Fear — completely fear. Because he was like a madman."

The Third Attack

After the second attack from Ronald Dunn, he left and came back a third time. Instead of bringing a truck, he brought his loud voice and most vulgar swear words as he started yelling obscenities at his wife and neighbors who were simply trying to comfort her.

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"If they had been up in here a bit earlier, all of this damage wouldn't have happened because he came back three times, and they weren't even here," said Patricia referring to the police who arrived 45 minutes after the incident.

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She added that she fears for her life.

"I don't even want this house anymore," she said. "I want to put it up for sale and just move on because I'm not comfortable here anymore. I don't know, he might come back. Who's to say he's not?" A man who's under that kind of rage, who's to say what he might do? He was trying to kill me. He really was."

Here is the video of the incident.

Read More Here: CBS Los Angeles

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