Police: Utah road-rage driver ran Oregon couple off I-84 in Idaho rollover crash
A Utah man engaged in a road-rage dispute with an Oregon couple ran the couple’s SUV off the road, then tried unsuccessfully to get into the SUV where the injured couple was trapped after rolling several times, police said.
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