A Massachusetts woman who thought the scooter she was stuck driving behind should have been in the bike lane is now facing charges.
The road rage incident happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday in Everett. Video captured by a bystander shows one of the scooter riders on the hood of the woman's car after the driver hit the scooter. The scooter passenger held on to avoid getting injured, while a man who was also on the scooter is seen rolling over in the roadway, Boston25News reported.
A witness to the incident, followed the driver of the car and called 911. Police said they found the driver, Jakrah Pires, in Medford soon after it happened, Boston25News reported.
Pires, of Cambridge, was arrested and brought back to the Everett Police Department, where she was charged with four counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon; leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury and driving to endanger.
The two scooter riders suffered minor injuries, according to police.
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