A 50-year-old Gladesville man was the victim of a road rage incident on Monday afternoon during which his car was rammed and phone broken.
The incident occurred on Bells Line of Road near the Ex-POW memorial on Scenic Hill at around 3.30pm.
The man, driving a Ford Ranger, overtook a Toyota Landcruiser towing a horse trailer and pulled back into the left lane.
The Toyota, being driven by a 50-year-old Orange man, then rammed the Ford and sped up to overtake.
After completing the manoeuvre the Orange man slowed down suddenly causing the Gladesville man to almost drive into the back of his car.
The Gladesville man tried to get out of his vehicle however he was prevented from doing so by the Orange man.
All the while the Orange man’s family were yelling at him to get back in his car.
The Gladesville man attempted to take photos of the Toyota with his phone but he told police it was hit from his hand by the Orange man with a ratchet.
The phone fell onto the ground, breaking the screen. The Orange man then drove away from the scene.
The Gladesville man first attended Lithgow police station to report the incident but has chosen to report at his local police station at a later stage.
A 57-year-old woman was treated for smoke inhalation following a small fire in her kitchen on Tuesday.
The fire was the result of a faulty fridge and occurred at a house in Brisbane Street around 11.30am.
Neighbours were alerted to the fire by the 57-year-old and managed to extinguish the fire with a garden hose.
The woman was treated by paramedics but did not need to be taken to hospital.
The incident was attended by services from the fire brigade, ambulance and police.