Florida driver arrested after allegedly playing ‘bumper cars’ in crash

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The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of playing “bumper cars” and causing an accident involving several cars.

The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. Thursday when a red Ford sedan intentionally struck a black Mercury sedan in Melbourne, Florida, police said.

Police were told the incident stemmed from a domestic incident involving the drivers, according to FOX 35.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of playing “bumper cars” and causing an accident involving several cars.
(Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

The driver of the sedan allegedly sped through an intersection where he struck several vehicles, according to the report.

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The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of gambling

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of playing “bumper cars” and causing an accident involving several cars.
(Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

Three people were ejected from a car, including a minor who had to be airlifted to hospital.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of gambling

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is accused by police of playing “bumper cars” and causing an accident involving several cars.
(Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

Dominique Scott, 30, was identified as the driver and was charged with driving with a permanently revoked license, aggravated abuse and grand theft of a vehicle, according to the report.