Man shot in leg during road rage incident in Tacoma
Posted on Tuesday, June 30th, 2020 at 2:11 pm
TACOMA, WA – Washington State Troopers are asking the public for help solving a road rage incident that occurred on Tuesday, June 23.
On Tuesday the 23rd, a road rage incident on I-5 near 74th Street occurred. Suspect fled in a dark colored SUV East on 56th Street. Victim sustained one gunshot to the leg. Six rounds fired in all. Please contact WSP if you have any information. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/Ojs132lWri
— Trooper Ryan Burke (@wspd1pio) June 25, 2020
Washington State Trooper Ryan Burke reported that the victim of the road rage was shot in the leg after another driver in a dark SUV opened fire on him. The incident occurred on Highway I-5 near 74th Street in Tacoma.
The suspect in the dark SUV was seen fleeing the scene on 56th Street heading east.
The suspect fired six rounds into the victim’s car, as shown in Trooper Burke’s photo.
Witnesses to the road rage are encouraged to contact Washington State Troopers with any information about the suspect.
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