A man has been jailed over a road rage attack in Adelaide.
Artan Hasani, 31, repeatedly stabbed a relative of a woman driver he had crashed into.
The Supreme Court heard Hasani had been concerned for the safety of his wife and infant daughter when relatives of the other driver arrived at the crash scene.
It was alleged Hasani ran a red light at the corner of Grange and South Roads at Hindmarsh in 2008 and crashed into the woman’s car.
The court heard that during verbal and physical altercations between the parties, Hasani stabbed a male relative of the other driver three times in the abdomen.
Hasani was found guilty of causing serious harm with intent and given a head jail sentence of six-and-a-half years.
He is to serve a minimum of 20 months.