A report commissioned by AAA revealed over 10,000 car crashes have been caused by some form of road rage between January 1, 1990 and August 31, 1996. At least 218 people were killed in car crashes as result of road rage and nearly 13,000 drivers suffered injuries, according to statisticalforecasting.com. A recent incident involving a dump truck and Jaguar in Woodbridge illustrates the dangers and potential injury risks associated with road rage. My colleague Emily Mapp Brannon wrote about this incident and the general problem of road rage on our roadways. To learn  more, please check out the article.