Moment Maserati driver pursues driver who ‘cut him off’ in Washington D.C. and shoots at her before opening fire at oncoming traffic
- Surveillance video released by police in Washington DC captured a shooting that left a woman injured
- The driver of a Maserati who appeared to have been cut off got out of his car and walked over to the victim’s vehicle and began firing
- As the car pulls away, the man continues to fire before turning his weapon on oncoming traffic
- It happened on Wednesday in the Kenilworth area of the capital
- The victim, an adult woman, eventually had to pull over and called 911
- She received non-life threatening injuries but was treated in hospital
Video captured the moment a gunman opened fire on another car in Washington D.C. in a shocking incident of road rage.
Surveillance video shows the suspect walking up to the driver’s side of another car before opening fire through the driver’s side window in the Kenilworth neighborhood of the city.
The incident, which was all caught on camera happened in the northwest of the city last Wednesday, just after 5pm.
Surveillance video released by police in Washington DC captured a shooting that left a woman injured. In this frame, the driver, right, pulls up next to the sedan
The driver of a Maserati who appeared to have been cut off got out of his car
The Maserati driver can be seen walking over to the victim’s vehicle
The driver then began firing directly in through the window of the sedan
As soon as the victim speeds away in their sedan, the gunman can be seen firing at oncoming traffic, although it is not clear if any additional rounds were fired.
During the 40 second clip, it appears as though the victim may have cut off the suspect in his sports car, which then triggered the shooting.
A woman was found a short distance away having driven around the corner. She had been hit by gunfire as a result of the incident but it is not clear if she was the driver of the sedan.
Emergency crews also responded to the scene, and the victim was taken to a local hospital.
Police say she was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
A $10,000 reward has been announced for anyone with information that leads to the identity of the suspect.
Anyone who can identify this suspect or vehicle or has knowledge of the incident should call police at (202) 727-9099
The victims car speeds off, yet the aggrieved driver continues to point and fire his weapon
Seconds later and the man is still busy firing his gun down the street
The man walks back to his vehicle and begins to turn his weapon on oncoming traffic
The driver then attempts to make a speedy getaway by making a u-turn
The incident happened on Wednesday in the Kenilworth area of the capital