In Philadelphia In the Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia, a possible road rage shooting resulted in a fiery collision. Police are currently searching for the shooter.
Police are looking for the driver of a burgundy Toyota sedan because they think that person may be the shooter who started firing and hit another driver.
Witness video captures the fiery collision that police claim was caused by a violent attack that occurred in broad daylight.
Authorities claim that just before 2 p.m. on Sunday, the driver of a GMC Jimmy, who was 31 years old, crashed near Butler and Sepviva Streets in Frankford after being shot at least once in the head by another driver.
Images taken with a cell phone show that his car caught fire shortly after the collision. The 31-year-old and a female passenger were able to exit the vehicle and make their way to the hospital as onlookers gathered to see what had happened.
Inspector D. F. Pace stated, “It appears this is a road rage incident that followed an accident and an attempt to flee from that accident.”
According to detectives, footage from nearby traffic cameras shows the GMC rear-ending a silver Honda SUV. Then the GMC was pursued by that car and a burgundy sedan.
Police suspect that the burgundy Toyota fired shots.
Police initially detained the Honda’s driver and a gun they discovered inside the car, but they now claim the shell casings do not match.
The incident is being looked into.
The driver who was struck by that bullet is doing well.
Call the police if you have any information about the burgundy Toyota sedan.