Terrifying 911 Call as a Father With His Daughter Were Attacked in a Road Rage Incident

Road rage eruptions can happen in an instant and are responsible for injuries and deaths totaling 1,500 a year.
3:00 | 02/11/14

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It can happen in an instant the kind of road-rage that kills 1500 American ace year. We have a terrifying 911 call from a father with his daughter in the car when they were attacked. Jim Avila has the story. Reporter: The four-wheel brawl, from this police officer and lawyer duking it out in a California highway. Now what it's like to be inside that moment of terror. A vis yaus attack on a street. Leaving this Saab a mess. I've got a guy that's followed me. And he's rear-ended me and now he's following me again. Jesus. What is your name? Oh, my god. What is your name? He just hit us twice. . Reporter: And twice was not enough. . Jesus, he just hit me again. Reporter: No argument between drivers just a dad and daughter home from the movies. He just hit me four times now. Reporter: Dad looking for somewhere to hide hoping police arrive soon. Look. He just broke my window -- Jesus. He's trying to kill us! Please, my god, someone -- please! Reporter: The terror ending only when dad grabbed his daughter and ran into the store. Followed by the mad driver, now on foot. Police believe he was on drugs at the time. Finally subdued by store workers and police officers. I think he did the right thing, right? Absolutely. Reporter: If you're caught in road rage. Don't engage the other person, do not go home, try to get to a populated, well-lit area. Reporter: How to avoid triggering rage? Don't drive slow in the fast lane. Don't tailgate. And don't cut someone off. It could keep you out of the next four-wheel brawl. When we come back, instant

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