News: Woman hurt when boyfriend rams car on I-10 near Phoenix

MARICOPA CO., AZ – A woman went to the hospital Monday after her boyfriend rammed her car with his own vehicle on the interstate west of Tonopah, causing her to crash.

According to Arizona’s Family 3TV, the incident happened around 11:30 a.m. on I-10, about ten miles west of Tonopah in western Maricopa County.

The investigation thus far indicates that a male driver pursued a female driver on I-10 at a high rate of speed. His vehicle then rammed the woman’s vehicle several times, causing her car to overturn repeatedly.

Medics transported the woman to the hospital with injuries.

Authorities arrested the male driver, identified as 24-year-old Alberto Sebastian Medina, on several charges, included second-degree attempted murder, assault, and endangerment.

A full investigation of the incident is underway.

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