Mandurah grandmother suffers heart attack following road rage incident

A MANDURAH grandmother is in a stable condition at Fiona Stanley Hospital after a road rage attack in Erskine on September 16.

According to police, Susan Craven was assaulted by a woman thought to be around 30-years-old, at Erskine Shopping Centre car park.

Ms Craven was driving a green 1996 Nissan Pulsar sedan after 10.40am on Friday.

She drove into the Erskine Shopping Centre via the Caltex service station at the corner of Oakleigh Drive and Wattleglen Avenue.

Ms Craven honked her horn when a woman, driving a black people mover with a sliding door, cut her off.

The 30-year-old woman got out of her car, walked to Ms Craven’s driver’s side window and punched her in the face.

She grabbed Ms Craven’s glasses, snapped them and bit her thumb.

Ms Craven suffered cuts and bruises on her face and was taken to Peel Health Campus.

While she was at the hospital, she had a heart attack and was transferred to Fiona Stanley Hospital.

Police are calling for any witnesses to the road rage attack to come forward.

The 30-year-old woman driving the people mover was last seen heading towards the shopping centre’s car park toward Red Dot and Jacks Bakery.

She is described as olive-skinned, and she was wearing black leggings and a black top, witnesses are asked to Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference 1100 15542.