A Pennsylvania man was shot and killed on Friday evening in Kensington for holding up traffic.
Police say that the shooting occurred on the 2800 block of North 5th Street sometime before 9pm. The victim was allegedly holding up traffic while he fought with his wife in the street. While the unidentified man fought with his wife, the suspect stopped his vehicle, exited the vehicle, and shot the victim twice; once in the head and once in the chest.
The suspect then fled in the minivan. The man was pronounced dead at the scene at 9:06pm. Police later found the minivan abandoned at 500 West Indiana Avenue. Chief Inspector of the Philadelphia Police, Scott Small, said that the incident appeared to be motivated by road rage.
No arrests have been made in the shooting.
This is not the first time an individual has been shot during a road rage incident; if only there’d been a good guy with gun and road rage, maybe we could’ve stopped this bad guy with a gun and road rage.
You can watch the 6 ABC Action News report on the shooting below: