BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Here is one you don't see every day. A woman rear ended another woman on Northwest Executive Center Drive. Neither woman was injured and the car's weren't damaged enough to file an insurance claim. But it would seem one of the women demanded an official record of the rear-ending, so the Boca officer on the scene wrote the following:
Ms. Knabb was stopped in the w/b left through lane of W. Glades Road and Ms. Anderson was stopped directly behind Ms. Knabb`s vehicle. As traffic was stopped, Ms. Anderson released her foot off the brake pedal and her vehicle`s front made contact with the rear of Ms. Knabb`s vehicle. Due to there was no reported injuries and I observed no physical damage on either vehicles exterior, this incident didn`t meet the requirements of a crash report.
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