Could Road Rage Be Behind an Alpharetta Crash and Vehicle Rollover?

Could Road Rage Be Behind an Alpharetta Crash and Vehicle Rollover?

According to Alpharetta police, road rage was at the root of a Georgia car crash that occurred on April 9, 2012. The wreck involved two vehicles, and two drivers—one from Cumming. Police cited both drivers for road rage that led to this accident.

When police arrived on scene, they found one vehicle on its roof in the southbound lanes of Georgia 400, just south of the Windward Parkway on ramp. It appeared that after the collision, the white sedan rolled onto its roof. The other vehicle involved, a silver sedan, had extensive front-end damage.

Brett Dexter, 23, of Woodstock, was cited for aggressive driving, failure to maintain lane, window tint violation, and no proof of insurance. He was in the white car that had rolled over on its roof and suffered injuries in the crash. Emergency responders took him to North Fulton County Hospital for medical treatment.

The driver of the silver vehicle, 30-year-old Justin D. Bradley, of Cumming, was also cited for aggressive driving, failure to maintain lane and no proof of insurance.

Witnesses to this crash told police that they saw the drivers “brake checking” each other while traveling at a fast rate of speed down the highway.

After investigating this Alpharetta car crash, the Alpharetta police reported that both drivers were at fault for this wreck due to road rage.

Kalka & Baer would like to wish the drivers a speedy recovery and would also like to remind Georgia motorists to focus on driving safely and not to participate in aggressive driving behaviors.

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