Shooting Incident on I-95 in Broward Shuts Down Several Lanes, Leaves One Injured

One driver was shot at several times by passengers in a white Dodge Ram that sped off after the incident, police said

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Hollywood Police responded to a shooting in the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 Sunday morning that left one man injured with several gunshot wounds.

According to Florida Highway Patrol, the incident took place just south of Hollywood Boulevard. Authorities said shots were fired from a white Dodge Ram at the back of a silver GMC truck.

The Ram eventually caught up to the left side of the GMC, continuing to shoot at the driver and the car. The two vehicles collided before the Ram sped off northbound on the interstate, authorities said.

The GMC veered to the right and hit a silver Honda, which subsequently pulled over on the right shoulder of I-95. The GMC pulled over as well, colliding with the guardrail ahead of the Honda.

The driver who received multiple gunshot wounds was taken to Hollywood Memorial Hospital, where he was in stable condition. Two northbound lanes were blocked off while authorities investigated the scene.

The incident remains under investigation.

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