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Police: Road rage may have sparked I-95 shooting

A 22-year-old motorist sustained a minor graze wound after he was shot at while driving on I-95 in what cops say may have been a road-rage-sparked barrage of bullets.

Police: Road rage may have sparked I-95 shooting

A 22-year-old motorist suffered a minor graze wound after he was shot at Monday morning while driving on I-95 in what cops say may have been a road-rage-sparked barrage of bullets.

Police said the man was driving through Chester, Delaware County in the southbound lanes around 5:20 a.m. in his blue Plymouth Voyager when another man driving a red Chevy, possibly an SUV, fired several shots at his car.

A state police spokesman said the shooter exited the highway at exit 1, for Chichester Avenue. He remains at large. The victim was treated for a minor graze wound to the arm, but police said no one else was injured in the shooting.

Anyone with information about the shooting should contact Pennsylvania State Police at 484-840-1000 and reference K02-1871989.

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