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Jeremy Vine 'road rage row': Driver 'made gun sign'

BBC News Friday, 13 January 2017
Jeremy Vine 'road rage row': Driver 'made gun sign'A driver "made a gun sign" at BBC presenter Jeremy Vine during an alleged road rage incident, a court hears.
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News video: Road Rage Leads To Accident

Road Rage Leads To Accident 02:02

Road rage forces the driver of a truck to swerve into an occupied lane in an attempt to avoid conflict with the angry driver. In doing so, the truck hits a car and that car hits a passing biker. The biker suffered minor injuries.

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