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Women take their silent rage on the road.
Long morning or evening drives to work, which WTOP reported Monday are more likely in D.C. than anywhere else in the country, can lead to a proportionately higher risk of serious illnesses, according to a study from the American Journal of Preventative Medicine.
Prince George's County Police are investigating a case of road road rage that involved gunfire and a hit-and-run.
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Police are still investigating why Shelinda Arrington got out of her car and had some sort of fight with another driver.
The incident started in the Crofton area on Monday afternoon along Route 3.
The driver pulled a rifle from the backseat of his car, police say.
D.C. commuters are familiar with the stress that accompanies a long drive, but a new study shows that extreme commuting can cause more than just stress.