More than a little scary that you can be “driving too slow” in one second and get shot in another.
Story by Erin Ivie and Rick Hurd
FREMONT — A man and his dog survived a road-rage shooting Thursday morning when the two crossed paths with an armed motorist who shot the 59-year-old Pleasanton man after a heated exchange on Interstate 680 in Fremont.
The injured man, who told officers he may have been driving too slow for the suspect’s liking, was rushed into surgery after being shot at least once in the upper torso, Fremont police spokeswoman Geneva Bosques said. His injuries were described as “serious” but not life-threatening.
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