Auto rams motorcyclist in suspected road rage incident in Florida


The incident happened on Sunday afternoon on the junction of Beneva Road and Riviera Drive on Florida's Gulf Coast.

The motorcyclist changes lanes and drives alongside the Mazda where the motorcyclist appears to be in a dispute with the other driver.

A witness filmed the incident on a camera phone and provided the recording to the Sheriff's Office, which has begun circulating it on YouTube and social media.

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The incident was captured on cell phone video by a family that witnessed the crash a few vehicle lengths behind them.

"The video shows the victim riding a motorcycle traveling southbound".

"What I'm doing, I'm essentially trying to follow him until we get to a stopping point", said Hendrickson. Hendrickson said he flew off his motorcycle and hit the side window, smashing the glass.

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The Sheriff's Office said in a news release asking the public to help locate the Mazda driver that they are conducting an aggravated-battery investigation.

Darin Hendrickson, the motorcyclist, claimed the person behind the wheel of the gray Mazda 3 in Sarasota threw a metal object at him Sunday night, damaging his motorcycle and sparking the incident that ended with him being thrown from his vehicle.

According to reports, Hendrickson was taken to hospital after suffering a knee injury and possible fractured ribs.

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Hendrickson can be seen in the video gesturing with his arms from the right lane to the vehicle in the left lane.