A case of road rage leads to a hit-and-run in Trois-Rivières

A case of road rage leads to a hit-and-run in Trois-Rivières
A case of road rage leads to a hit-and-run in Trois-Rivières

According to the Trois-Rivières Police Department (DPTR), the story began on the Radisson Bridge. This is where a maneuver carried out by one of the drivers would have displeased the second.

The two cars then left Highway 40 at the Boulevard des Chenaux exit to head north. At a traffic light turning green, while the vehicle in front of him was slow to start, the man who was following him decided to lean his bumper against that of the latecomer.

It was at this moment that the driver of the first car, not appreciating the gesture, decided to get out to confront the other driver. Faced with the threat, the latter allegedly fled, hitting the person who had emerged from his vehicle in the process.

A few minutes later, filled with remorse, the individual contacted the police to report that he was the one who caused the accident. He then returned to the scene to go to the patrol officers who were still there and give them his version of the facts.

The victim reportedly suffered a leg injury during the collision, which would require him to wear a cast for a few weeks. The at-fault driver, meanwhile, could face charges of dangerous driving and hit-and-run causing injury.

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