A Christmas Eve road rage incident has left the victim in stable condition. The incident was first reported on Dec. 24. NBC Channel 2 News in Tulsa updated the story on their site this past Tuesday, Dec. 26.
The incident happened Sunday afternoon, Dec. 24, at a QuickTrip in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The QuickTrip is located at 11th and 129th E. Avenue. The shooting happened at around 4:15 pm ET on Christmas Eve.
Tulsa Police Officers arrived at the scene to find a male in his 60’s suffering from a gunshot wound. The bullet had entered the man’s arm. It had traveled to his shoulder.
Police said that the shooting was a direct result of a road rage incident. The shot man had been behind the wheel of his pick-up truck. At one point during the road rage incident, the man had pulled out his gun. Upon seeing the gun, the other involved party pulled out his own gun. The other involved party then fired at the pick-up truck several times.
Tulsa Police said that they are investigating if the shooter pulled his gun in self-defense. The shot man has been listed as being in stable condition.
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