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Woman relives road rage attack on A17 in Sutterton as police ask witnesses to contact them




A driver has described how she was the victim of an apparent road rage attack on the A17 in Sutterton.

The woman and her son had gone round Sutterton roundabout towards Holbeach when they were overtaken by another car travelling in the same direction.

According to the woman, the other driver "slammed his brakes on, jumped out, ran to my car and got me by my throat" before accusing her of "cutting him up".

Sutterton Roundabout where an alleged road rage attack took place between a man and a woman. (5858357)
Sutterton Roundabout where an alleged road rage attack took place between a man and a woman. (5858357)

Describing her ordeal on social media, the woman said: "Me and my son were travelling from Sleaford towards Holbeach.

"As I went round Sutterton Roundabout to join the A17, a car overtook me.

"Its driver then slammed his brakes on, jumped out the car, ran to my car and got me by my throat in front of my son, accusing me of cutting him up.

"He then punished me whilst holding me by my throat .

"My son was screaming and going hysterical, asking him to stop whilst screaming for help.

"But at no point did anyone think to help or even stop him."

The woman claimed that she was left with head injuries after the alleged attack at about 3.30pm on Monday, November 26.

She said: "My face was a mess while my son had nightmares that night and was unable to sleep."

"If any one has any information, please contact the police in order to get justice before he attacks anybody else."

Police are appealing for help after a "report of a violent" man who assaulted a woman on the A17 Sutterton Roundabout.
Police are appealing for help after a "report of a violent" man who assaulted a woman on the A17 Sutterton Roundabout.

A Lincolnshire Police spokesman said: "It was reported that two cars had pulled over.

"We believe a man, who was in a white Suzuki Vitara, assaulted a woman in the other car and we are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.”

Since the incident took place, police have confirmed that a man has been interviewed "voluntarily".

Anyone with information should call 101, quoting incident number 251 of November 26.



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