Two Injured In Road-Rage Shooting
Two were injured after a moment of road rage caused a man to fire several shots into a vehicle filled with people last Wednesday, according to this report from CBS DFW.
The suspect was driving a four-door sedan. The victims believed it to either be silver or bronze in color, but they were not able to tell the make and model of the sedan, nor were they able to give police a description of the shooter or the gun that was used.
This is what police do know: a report came in about 7 in the evening on Wednesday that there had been a shooting in the southbound lanes of State Highway 121. A man succumbed to feelings of road rage and fired his gun several times into the victims’ car. Two of the bullets made contact, injuring two people that were in the back seat of the vehicle. Even though they were hit in the neck, the injuries were not believed to be life-threatening, so they were taken to the hospital in a private vehicle.
The suspect fled the scene and is now being pursued by a police investigation. The suspect was last seen driving north of Handley Ederville Road from Highway 121. Thankfully, no one was killed or mortally injured in this act of violent indecency.