Man Killed, Woman Injured in Apparent Road Rage Shooting - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Man Killed, Woman Injured in Apparent Road Rage Shooting



    One person is killed and another injured when someone opens fired on Roosevelt Boulevard -- an incident police say was likely due to road rage. (Published Monday, June 9, 2014)

    Road rage led to the shooting death of a man in the Feltonville section of the city overnight, according to Philadelphia Police.

    Investigators said around 11:15 p.m., a 43-year-old man was shot multiple times in the chest and leg and a 31-year-old woman was shot twice in the stomach near 5th Street and Roosevelt Boulevard by a man riding on a motorcycle.

    Road Rage Death

    [PHI] Road Rage Death
    A man is shot and killed after an incident of road rage on Roosevelt Boulevard.
    (Published Monday, June 9, 2014)

    Police said that it appeared the rider opened fire after the driver of the car didn't allow the motorcycle -- with three people on board -- to cut in front of his vehicle, according to police.

    Both victims were taken to Temple University Hospital. The male victim died around 1 a.m. The woman remained in critical condition Sunday morning.

    Following the shooting, police shut down the area around the shooting and were able to locate the alleged shooter.

    Road Rage Ends in Shooting

    [PHI] Road Rage Ends in Shooting
    A man died and a woman was injured in a shooting resulting from alleged road rage in Feltonville, P.A. last night.
    (Published Sunday, June 8, 2014)

    Officer took an unidentified suspect into custody and found a gun. The district attorney's office is expected Monday to announce if charges will be filed.

    The other two people allegedly on the motorcycle remained on the loose.