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Car crash blamed on road rage

Chances are everyone who has been behind the wheel has lost their cool at a time or two, but never so upset an accident took place. In addition, what started out as a case of road rage ended into a vehicle crashing into a river in Casco, Maine. The incident happened on Monday when two vehicles that were traveling on Route 302 began crashing into one another as they drove.

Likewise, according to witnesses, one of the vehicles crashed into the Crooked River, and the driver escaped the car and swam to land. The driver of the vehicle, which crashed into the water only suffered hypothermia and other minor injuries. In addition, what started out in anger is now ending in a criminal matter. Charges are yet to be filed until a full investigation is conducted. Police suggest that if another driver begins to engage you in a road rage type of situation, it is always best to simply pull over and dial 911.

If you or a family member were involved in a motor vehicle crash or a road rage situation, the skilled St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to hear from you. Please contact us today for a free consultation.