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Man in his sixties suffers bloody facial injuries after becoming the victim of a vicious road rage attack A man has been left bruised and battered after a road Picture: Steve Humphreys. Former RTÉ radio presenter PJ Nolan has said he is " lucky to be alive " following an unprovoked road - rage attack
RTÉ man gets a taste of the diversity. The former farming commentator said he was forced to swerve into a ditch to avoid a crash. He was uninjured and left his car to approach the male driver, who had also left his vehicle. Speaking to the Irish Independent, Mr Nolan said the man suddenly went into a fit
Former RTÉ radio presenter PJ Nolan has said he is "lucky to be alive" following an unprovoked road-rage attack which left him unconscious at the side of a road.
Mr Nolan (58) was driving home from a shopping trip in Navan, Co Meath, on May 12 when he narrowly avoided crashing into a car whose driver had been texting.
The former farming commentator said he was forced to swerve into a ditch to avoid a crash. He was uninjured and left his car to approach the male driver, who had also left his vehicle.
Speaking to the Irish Independent, Mr Nolan said the man suddenly went into a fit of rage, shouting at him in what sounded like an eastern European language.
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Former RTÉ radio presenter PJ Nolan has said he is " lucky to be alive " following an unprovoked road - rage attack which left him unconscious at the side of a road . As Bethesda returns to the Wasteland, it's time to see what the critics thought of Rage 2 . Tomorrow marks the Rage 2 release
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"He went absolutely ballistic," he said. "I tried to remain as calm as possible, but there was nothing I could do to calm him down.
"He was a lot bigger than me and looked very strong, but I never thought he was going to hit me."
However, the enraged motorist punched Mr Nolan in the jaw, causing him to fall and hit his head hard on the ground.
"I never saw it coming and was left unconscious at the side of the road, but I can't remember for how long," he said.
He was found lying on the road by a neighbour who alerted his family. He was brought by ambulance to hospital where he was told he was concussed and had brain swelling.
"I consider myself so lucky that my injuries weren't life-threatening," he said.
Gardaí in Navan are investigating.
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''The brain basis for violent rage often goes unrecognized, and a great many Apart from those with Alzheimer's disease, one million people suffer brain injuries each year from strokes, tumors When the controlling areas are damaged, the inhibitions disappear, allowing rage to be expressed freely.
Elderly woman rushed to hospital following serious accident in Howth, North Dublin.
The road has been closed off since around 3.30pm while the woman was taken to Beaumont Hospital . A garda spokesperson described her injuries as serious and said the investigation is ongoing. She said: "Gardaí in Howth are investigating a single vehicle serious injury RTC that occurred on Windgate Road, Howth this afternoon Sunday 2nd June, 2019 at approximately 3.20p.m. "The female driver (late 70s), sole occupant of the car was driving when it collided with a wall. She has been removed to Beaumont Hospital where her injuries are described as serious.