Police are searching for a gunman who shot a man during a road rage incident that was caught on camera in northwest Miami-Dade Thursday morning.
Miami-Dade Police officials said the incident started at Northwest 119th Street and 10th Avenue, where a man was shot in the back and grazed in the shoulder.
Surveillance footage showed the victim leaving a post office and as he's making a turn, a black BMW sped through a nearby intersection and almost crashed into him.
Seconds later, the driver of the BMW returned and there was an argument, which led to the shooting, which wasn't captured on video.
The victim, identified by family members as David Beasley, drove to the area of Northwest 7th Avenue and Northwest 103rd Street, where he ran into a nearby law office for help.
He was taken to a local hospital in stable condition and was released by Thursday night.
"I was a little flabbergasted that that happens, and it happened to me!" Beasley told NBC 6 over the phone.
One witness who was at a nearby business said he saw the whole incident go down.
"The guy came racing right through the street," Charnet Eugene said. "They exchanged words with each other and then they just went back in their cars and went their own separate ways."
The suspect's whereabouts were unknown, officials said.
Detectives are still investigating the shooting.
"My life could have really been changed today," Beasley said. "My kids could have not had a father right now, and that's all I think about."
Check back with NBC 6 for updates.
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