Florida driver arrested after allegedly playing 'bumper cars' in crash

Florida police say the incident stemmed from a domestic situation

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The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash.

The incident happened on Thursday at around 5:30 p.m. when a red Ford sedan was intentionally hitting a black Mercury sedan in Melbourne, Florida, according to police.

Police learned that the incident stemmed from a domestic incident that involved the drivers, according to FOX 35.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash. (Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

The driver of the sedan allegedly sped through an intersection where it struck multiple vehicles, according to the report.

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The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash. (Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

Three people were ejected from a car, which includes a juvenile who had to be airlifted to a hospital.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash.

The driver of a car in Florida was arrested on Thursday and is being accused by police of playing "bumper cars" and causing a multi-car crash. (Melbourne Professional Fire Fighters Local 1951)

Dominique Scott, 30, was identified as the driver and was charged with driving with a permanently revoked license, aggravated abuse, and grand theft of a vehicle, according to the report.