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Road Rage?

VERMILION TWP.—The Sandusky Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol is looking for a man they say bumped a vehicle out of his way Monday while driving on state Route 2 in Vermilion Township.

A 45-year-old woman told troopers she was driving in the left westbound lane at 1:30 p.m. west of state Route 60 when a blue minivan intentionally rammed her green 1999 Saturn four-door SL2 twice, causing her to lose control and slide into the right lane.

“She said she saw him come up behind her and felt a bump, and then he bumped her again,” said Sgt. Eric Woldarsky of the Sandusky Post of the State Highway Patrol. “Either way you look at it, we consider it road rage.”

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