DETROIT – Michigan State Police say two people were taken to the hospital following a shooting on the Southfield Freeway late Thursday night.
According to police, at around 11:05 p.m. Thursday, a driver was traveling southbound on Southfield Freeway near Schoolcraft when an unknown vehicle pulled beside them and began shooting.
The driver was reportedly shot in the shoulder. A passenger in the backseat of the vehicle was reportedly shot in the knee.
The individuals were taken to St. Mary’s Hospital in Livonia. Their conditions are currently unknown.
A portion of Southfield Freeway was shut down overnight following the incident, but has since reopened.
Michigan State Police say they have not yet determined a motive for the shooting.
No further details have been provided at this time. This is an ongoing investigation.
UPDATE: Further investigation revealed that on 6/17 at approximately 11:05 PM, a driver of a passenger car was driving south on the Southfield Fwy near Schoolcraft, city of Detroit when a unknown vehicle pulled alongside and began shooting. pic.twitter.com/siriwICyVh— MSP Metro Detroit (@mspmetrodet) June 18, 2021
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