Road rage driver plays ‘dangerous game’ on A63 with mum,…

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Road rage driver plays ‘dangerous game’ on A63 with mum,…

Road rage driver plays ‘dangerous game’ on A63 with mum, dad and baby
2021-08-25 17:47:00
The parents of a newborn baby have shared the fear they experienced at the hands of a road rage driver who decided to play a “dangerous game” with their car. They shared footage of a driver who “brake checked” them on the A63 as he swerved and slammed his brakes on in a series of manoeuvres. Read more: Father and baby involved in four-car smash caused by speeding driver in east Hull The family were driving into Hull on the dual carriageway on August 13 at 9.30pm when they the encountered the driver, who they tried to overtake. The new mum, who does not wish to be named, said: “We were only on our way home and he went past us, then slowed down. The driver is seen swerving between lanes and slamming brakes on in the dash cam footage (Image: Hull Live) “We pulled into the outside lane to go past him, so to not undertake, and he slammed on his brakes, brake checking us. “We went back into the inside lane to try and get past him, and he swerved in front of us. I decided to get my phone out to record him.” She added: “As you can see in the video he swerves the two lanes to not let us past, continues to slam on his brakes, decides to try and go into the side of us, which would have hit me and my two month old son, and fly up the slip road towards Humber Bridge. Get the latest breaking news in Hull and East Yorkshire by signing up for updates here. “He definitely was some sort of road rage driver, what he did was complete unnecessary, and extremely dangerous. There was no reason for him to act the way he did. “I was fearful for our safety, my partner's quick reactions definitely played a part in why we didn’t crash.” “Brake checking”, the act of sharply hitting the brakes with a vehicle behind you, is classed as dangerous driving which can carry a two

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