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Published: Saturday, June 9, 2012, 3:09 p.m.

Bullets from possible I-5 road-rage incident strike car

  • One of two bullet holes is shown on a car driven by a Stanwood man who encountered a likely road-rage incident Saturday on I-5 near Marysville.

    Washington State Patrol

    One of two bullet holes is shown on a car driven by a Stanwood man who encountered a likely road-rage incident Saturday on I-5 near Marysville.

  • One of two bullet holes is shown on a car driven by a Stanwood man who encountered a likely road-rage incident Saturday on I-5 near Marysville.

    Washington State Patrol

    One of two bullet holes is shown on a car driven by a Stanwood man who encountered a likely road-rage incident Saturday on I-5 near Marysville.

MARYSVILLE -- Two bullets pierced the car of a Stanwood man early this afternoon as he was driving northbound on I-5.
The man, who was not identified, was not injured, said Trooper Keith Leary of the Washington State Patrol.
The man said that about 1 p.m. he saw two cars ahead of him that appeared to be involved in some type of road-rage incident. One car was a black Mercedes, he said. No description was available on the second car.
The Stanwood man, who was driving a Ford Mustang, said he pulled to the side of the road thinking that a tire had blown out. Instead, he found two bullet holes behind the driver's door.
"He didn't see a gun," Leary said. The man assumed that the shot came from one of the two vehicles involved in the road-rage incident, but "he doesn't believe he was the target," Leary said.
Story tags » MarysvilleStanwoodAccidents (general)

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