Hanover: Police say crash was caused by ‘aggressive driver’

State police say an agressive driver is being blamed for a crash that injured a Dorchester man on Tuesday night shortly before 9 o’clock.

A trooper from the Norwell barracks says a Dorchester man in his 30s suffered minor injuries when his car rolled over twice in Hanover, on Route 3 north.

The man tells police he was cut off by an aggressive driver.

Police say numerous cars along Route 3, were not able to get a license plate of the car, but reported the aggressive driver shortly before the crash.

The aggressive driver was not located and allegedly left the scene.

The victim was taken to South Shore Hospital with what authorities say are minor injuries.

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