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“The News Tribune” : Road rage: Subaru driver rams Jeep trying to pass on shoulder

Washington State Patrol Courtesy A Suburu driver prevented a Jeep from passing on the shoulder — by ramming it three times.

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Washington road rage: Subaru rams Jeep three times for passing on shoulder – Story

Washington road rage: Subaru rams Jeep three times for passing on shoulder - Story
– A motorist in Washington state saw vehicle after vehicle illegally passing her on the highway shoulder and she became so frustrated that she rammed one of the cars three times, according to State Patrol. Jeep was passing on shoulder. Traffic on Highway 516 in Kent Tuesday was backed up for several miles when drivers began to use the highway’s shoulder to bypass traffic, a state trooper said. The Jeep, according to the trooper, tried moving to the right to get out of the way of the Subaru, when the Subaru’s driver grew even more frustrated and struck the Jeep three times. Subaru upset w/ Jeep striking it at least 3 times!

Road rage: Subaru rams Jeep trying pass on shoulder

Road rage: Subaru rams Jeep trying pass on shoulder
A Subaru hit a Jeep three times when the Jeep tried to pass on the shoulder during heavy traffic. Road rage took over when a Subaru driver rammed into a Jeep that was passing on the shoulder to avoid a traffic jam in Kent on Tuesday. Some cars were driving on the shoulder, which upset the Subaru driver, Johnson said. This caused the Jeep to drive off the shoulder onto a grassy area and then back up on the shoulder. Johnson said the Jeep shouldn’t have been driving on the shoulder, but the Subaru also shouldn’t have gone to the extent it did.

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