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A second family has been targeted by a raging Toyota LandCruiser driver in what they believe could have been a case of mistaken identity.
Distressed father Teina Cameron said his partner and seven-month-old daughter were rammed by the SUV in Browns Plains, north Logan - south of Brisbane.
It comes after another family said they were rammed and shot at by a driver in a LandCruiser just one suburb over on Anzac Day last Tuesday.
Both families had been driving an ST Ford Focus raising concerns the LandCruiser driver could have mistaken them for somebody else who owned a similar vehicle.
Teina Cameron (left) said his partner Ava Skaines (right) was attacked by the same Toyota LandCruiser that rammed and shot at a Brisbane family just days earlier
Mr Cameron said his partner, Ava Skaines, was driving her orange ST Ford Focus through a roundabout when the Toyota rear-ended her, shattering glass from the rear window over their baby daughter's face.
'(After Ms Skaines was rammed) she was trying to make sure our daughter was all right, she was screaming,' he told Courier Mail.
'He came to the side, abusing Ava... He realised it was the wrong car when he saw the baby in the back. Then he just floored it and drove away.'
Ms Skaines had been driving to Browns Plains, south of Brisbane, to buy their baby some bottles from Baby Bunting when the incident unfolded.
The terrified mother has been left with whiplash and she is so traumatised she has not been able to return to work as a nurse.
He said he posted a photo of the LandCruiser to Facebook when he was came across another post from another driver who said they had been targeted by the same vehicle.
Todd Power said the LandCruiser had targeted his family's car just days earlier on Anzac Day.
He was driving his family along