STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. — A man is facing charges in Washington state after deputies said that road rage led him to intentionally ram his vehicle into an ambulance.
Deputies with the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post that a driver pulled out behind an ambulance that he felt was driving too slowly, so when the ambulance stopped, the driver confronted the crew by “ramming the side of the ambulance and becoming stuck.”
Deputies said they found both beer and marijuana in the truck with the driver, KREM reported.
The Stevens County Sheriff’s Office said deputies believe the driver was both drinking and smoking while driving. He was booked into jail on charges of DUI.
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