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I stopped at a light. The driver behind nearly rear-ended me. We proceded and he went around me, pulled back in front of me and slammed on his brakes. I avoided it the first time, but then he started moving again and immediately stomped on his brake again, causing me to collide with him. We had a witness that made essentially the same statement I did regarding the aggressive driver's behavior, and the police officer did mark the accident report as being the result of aggressive driving and put the statements on the report. The aggressive driver appears to have violated the following state statutes: IC 9-21-8-24, item 1, IC 9-21-8-52, item 1, IC 9-21-8-26), and IC 9-21-8-55, items 2 (violation of IC 9-21-8-24), item 4 (violation of IC 9-21-8-26), and item c, which covers deliberate knowingly engaging in aggressive driving to intimidate or harrass another vehicle. What I want to know is what is the IC number of the law regarding rear end collisions. I have found these laws on the Indiana.gov website, but I haven't located the rear end collision statute.
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