Transcript for Terrified Driver Calls 911 in a Panic After Experiencing Road Rage
Next tonight here, we have reported on the increasing number of road rage incidents being reported. And tonight, the frightening new case from Arizona. The terrified victim on the phone with 911, as a mystery driver in a black sedan repeatedly rams into her car. Here's ABC's kayna Whitworth. A guy's hitting into the back of me trying to kill me on the road. He's flipping me off. Reporter: An Arizona woman says out of nowhere, she was the victim of violent road rage. Oh my god, he's in the middle of the street. Reporter: Fatima tsouli says she was driving in Scottsdale when this man, who she'd never seen before, aggressively hit her car, then started following her. He's right behind me, hitting me. Did he hit your car? Yes. Twice. Reporter: But it didn't stop there. She says he kept hitting her car. And on is the the other end of that desperate 911 call, an operator trying to find her. I did start to feel helpless. I just needed to stay right there with her. Reporter: Tsouli calling out to other drivers for help as they dialed 911, as well. He's going into the both lanes. He's cutting in front of people. Reporter: The suspect finally stopped after crashing and hitting a patrol car. It was 25 minutes of pure torment. I could have died. I could have lost my life. Reporter: And David, tonight, that driver is facing multiple charges, including reckless driver, aggravated assault and driving under the influence. He has not yet entered a plea. David? Kayna, thank you.
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