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Teenage learner driver attacked in Adelaide

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A teenage learner driver has been hospitalised after he was attacked in Adelaide.

A 19-year-old learner driver has been hospitalised in Adelaide after an alleged road rage incident in the northern suburbs.

Police allege two men in a Toyota HiAce tailgated the learner driver on the North-South Motorway, before both cars pulled over near the Bolivar exit.

The two men are then accused of assaulting the young driver and his two passengers.

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The learner driver was taken to hospital with head injuries.

His passengers were not seriously injured.

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The suspects, a 23-year-old man and a 49-year-old man, were arrested at a Mitchell Park house and have been charged with affray and three counts of aggravated assault.

They will face court in June.

Source: 9News

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