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Road Rage Turns Violent

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Elgin, OK._A case of road rage spiraled out of control in Elgin over the weekend.

The Comanche County Sheriff's Department says a man claims he was attacked by another man with a sledge hammer.

According to the report, the victim was headed on Creek Road near North Drive, when an SUV passed him with their bright lights on.

The victim said he flashed his lights at the driver, who then turned around and followed the victim to his friend's house.

When they arrived, the victim claims a man jumped out of the SUV and hit him with a small sledge hammer.

He says he punched the armed man, who then jumped back into the SUV and sped off.

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