Police in Belpre are still trying to find out exactly what caused an early Sunday evening incident, which is being investigated as "road rage."
A possible suspect was interviewed, but no arrests have been made.
The latest on this strange incident, is tonight's top story.
The victim in the confrontation, Scott Wall-Raven, was treated and released from Camden-Clark Memorial hospital.
He was struck by a Buick, at the intersection of Main Street and Washington Boulevard.
Police say just minutes later Wal-Raven and the suspect were involved in some kind of confrontation on the memorial toll bridge.
Jeff Morris, investigating officer, said, "The initial report we got is that the victim was behind the suspect when the initial road rage incident took place. Going off the toll bridge, the suspect got in front of the victim, and the suspect followed him down Main Street."
What might have prevented more injuries was that the incident happened at nightfall, when traffic is lighter than it is earlier in the day.
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Source: www.shsu.edu (Sam Houston State University Web site) contributed to this report.
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