Drivers Exchange Gunfire in Road Rage Incident on I-95 in Miami-Dade: FHP

Neither driver injured in Monday morning shootout on I-95

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Two drivers exchanged gunfire during a road rage incident on Interstate 95 in Miami-Dade Monday morning, officials said.

Florida Highway Patrol officials said a Toyota Venza and Camry were both driving south on I-95 near Northwest 151st Street around 7 a.m. when there was some sort of road rage incident.

Both drivers opened fire on each other, and both cars were struck but neither driver was injured, FHP officials said.

Photos released by FHP showed both vehicles full of bullet holes.

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A car is seen was multiple bullet holes after a shootout on I-95 in Miami-Dade.

After the altercation, both drivers notified law enforcement, officials said.

Officials haven't said what charges the drivers may face but said the incident remains under investigation.

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