‘Mama, why?’ Woman records frightening road rage attack as terrified daughter cries

Posted at 1:15 PM, Jan 28, 2015

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UPDATE: A North Carolina woman has been arrested after a road rage incident caught on camera.

Police said 40-year-old Kristin Leigh Phillips is charged with reckless driving to endanger, assault and battery, injury to personal property, driving left of center and two counts of communicating threats.

RANDLEMAN, N.C. – A terrifying road rage incident in North Carolina was captured on video.

Sherri Hastings told WGHP she was driving in Randleman when a woman driving an SUV attempted to “slam into her” in a 35 mph zone.

“I knew what was going to happen. I wanted it on tape. Twice the lady tried to pass me on a two-lane road with double lines on a hill. She about ran me off road first time. She got behind me a second time and then went to go around again. I let her have the road, called 911, reported her and her plate number… I started phone video which was in a holder on dashboard — hands free,” Hastings said.

The woman exits her SUV and approaches the vehicle around the 3-minute mark in the video.

Hastings gave a copy of the video to police, however she told WGHP she does not know if charges have been filed.

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