Road rage accidents are growing widely all over Houston. Police say that there are four to five cases in Houston in three months about Road rage accidents. Recently this Sunday it has been a minor who is affected by this. As per reports a 12-year-old boy is traveling with his family and been shot at the leg
It Is A Murder Or A Normal Accident
The reasons are still unknown to the police. A Houston couple planned a nice family trip in this Sunday along with their children. They were traveling in a truck on Gulf freeway Feeder road near Edgebrook Dr place at 11.40 p.m.
Exactly at 1 pm, the couple noticed a red color sedan car was following them. But they hadn’t discussed it. But suddenly sedan car pulled along with the couple’s car and started shooting at them. While the kids started hiding themselves but the boy got shot at his leg. John Cannon the Houston police spoken person said, after shooting the people in red sedan just disappeared within seconds.
Although the boy was taken to the hospital immediately and now he is in a stable position. Police confirmed that it must be another road range accident that was happening in the last months of Houston. But they said that they hadn’t asked about any information about the bulgar to the couple. Because they were not in a nice place now. But after we will know about them if they were related to them or not.
Houston police Asst Chief Henry Gaw felt angry about the incident he said ” Road rage or not that’s not the problem. If you keep on shooting the vehicles on the road the bullet may harm anyone that is very uncalled for. It is very illegal and we are not ready to take it”.
Are The Murderers Related To A Gang
In July three cases were filed against road rage accidents. A two-year-old girl was shot at the head even when the girl is traveling with adults. Police said that girls’ cars came in the middle of a gang fight so she got the shot. And two kids got shot at the body by an unknown person while traveling in the car. Police said no one got killed in these but they were still investigating. Police said to call 713-222-8477 if anyone knows the information.