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Had a run-in with road rage? We want to hear about it

Traffic comes to stop beneath a street sign reminding drivers to ‘Keep safe distance. Stay Safe,’ as they head north on U.S. 1 past Veterans Wayside Park in Pinecrest during Thursday morning rush hour, April 20, 2017.
Traffic comes to stop beneath a street sign reminding drivers to ‘Keep safe distance. Stay Safe,’ as they head north on U.S. 1 past Veterans Wayside Park in Pinecrest during Thursday morning rush hour, April 20, 2017. emichot@miamiherald.com

A man was so angry that another driver wouldn't let him change lanes, he used a bat to smash the other driver's window in Hialeah.

Another man was stabbed to death in Riviera Beach after he fought with another car on the right shoulder of Interstate 95.

As one woman illegally passed a car in Monroe County, she hurled coins at the man’s face and left a small cut under his eye.

These are only three of many road rage cases that have taken place on the streets of South Florida in recent weeks.

Ever experienced road rage yourself? The Miami Herald wants to hear your story.

 
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