Shooting: Road rage incident leaves victim in stable condition

TULSA--TPD is investigating a shooting near 11th and 129th E Ave. Officers say a possible road rage incident escalated into that shooting around 4:15 Sunday afternoon which began at a QuikTrip between two men. 

When they reached the intersection at 11th and 129th E Ave in their vehicles, officers say the driver of the pick-up truck pulled out his gun. The other man involved saw the weapon and pulled his gun out, and fired at the truck several times.

The victim said to be in his 60's was struck in the left arm, and the bullet traveled to his shoulder. He was taken to the hospital and said to be in stable condition.

Police say racial slurs might have been said during this alleged road rage incident and are investigating if the man who shot the gun was acting in self defense after seeing the gun pulled on him.

We will keep you updated on this developing story.

 

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