Police investigating 2 separate Metro Detroit road rage shootings within hours of each other
DETROIT – Metro Detroit is seeing a rise in road rage shootings.
Michigan State Police are investigating two road rage shootings that happened within hours of each other. No one was killed.
One shooting occurred Thursday on I-75, near Dix-Toledo Road just before 2 a.m. Police said a suspect in a car shot at a semi truck several times. The bullets only hit the trailer, the driver was uninjured.
MSP troopers are looking through surveillance video from the area to track down the shooter.
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