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Monday, January 13, 2014

Police: Fatal Road-Rage Chase Began In Md.

WASHINGTON - A road-rage chase that began in Maryland ended with the death of a driver in Pennsylvania who had called 911 in two states while he was being chased for miles.

According to CNN, the Pennsylvania State Police say Timothy Davison, 28, of Maine, was driving home in the early hours of Jan. 4 when he encountered another driver in a dark-colored Ford pickup on Interstate 70 in Maryland.

The driver of the pickup chased Davison between 13 and 15 miles into Pennsylvania before forcing him off the road on Route 81 near Dillsburg and shooting him multiple times, the police said on Friday.



Anonymous said...

If he had been able to protect himself with a gun to fire back he may be alive today.

Anonymous said...

I agree with 3:08 PM but what did he do to instigate the road rage. More than likely driving slow in the passing lane and holding everyone up.

Anonymous said...

Agree with 3:08 but wasn't there a post on here earlier about a PA driver arrested in MD for having guns in his vehicle?

Anonymous said...

Didn't this happen a few months ago in the same area to another person?