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Driver punched in face during road rage incident

Published On: Sep 23 2013 08:56:30 AM CDT
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TOWN OF JAMESTOWN, Wis. -

A motorist was punched in the face during a road rage incident, according to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.

Deputies said the victim was driving west on Highway 11 when a car in front of him stopped. The victim honked his horn and the car continued. The car stopped again near Highway 35 in the town of Jamestown. The victim said he honked his horn again and the driver of the car got out, walked to his car and punched him in the face.

The man went back to his car and fled, according to deputies.

The Grant County Sheriff’s Office said anyone who witnesses or experiences an incident of road rage should contact the sheriff’s office.

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