Man's shoulder dislocated in Sydney 'road rage attack'

A driver was injured in an alleged road rage attack at a busy intersection in Sydney's north-west on Sunday night.

NSW Police alleged a man behind the wheel of a BMW became involved in a confrontation with another man driving a Holden Barina at the intersection of Caroline Chisholm Drive and Hilary Street in Winston Hills.

Officers were told the Barina driver, aged in his 40s, allegedly got out of his car and assaulted the BMW driver, aged in his 20s.

The injured man suffered a dislocated shoulder and cut to his face.

Officers from Parramatta Local Area Command attended the scene and spoke to both drivers.

Police have not made an arrest but are continuing their inquiries.


This story Man's shoulder dislocated in Sydney 'road rage attack' first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.