Man crashes car into Detroit gas station after fatally wounded in drive-by shooting
DETROIT – Police are looking for a man who was caught on video firing several shots into another vehicle outside a gas station, killing the driver of the vehicle on Friday morning.
According to Detroit police, the victim was sitting in the driver’s seat of a silver Ford Fusion parked at a gas pump in the 10600 block of E. Outer Drive.
At about 11:20 a.m., an unknown man in the rear passenger seat of a light colored, older model Chevrolet Suburban or Tahoe pulled up to the Ford Fusion and fired multiple shots into the vehicle. Police said the Chevrolet drove away after shooting at the vehicle, but then returned and fired several more shots into the Ford Fusion, fatally wounding the man, whose identity is unknown.
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Metro Detroit weather: On-and-off snow showers Friday evening
Cloudy skies with snow showers are still around at the start of Friday evening. Surfaces get slippery again. It becomes much colder later Friday night. Sunshine will return Saturday, followed by some snow by the end of Sunday. That said, some thawing is still due to arrive next week.
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