The California Freeway Patrol is investigating the most recent in a sequence of obvious road-rage shootings within the Bay Space this month, authorities stated.
CHP officers responded to studies of a freeway taking pictures on northbound Interstate 280 south of the Freeway 101 junction in San Francisco round 1:50 p.m. Monday and located a driver who had apparently been in a “site visitors incident” with one other car, in response to an announcement launched late Tuesday. The motive force of that car had apparently fired photographs earlier than fleeing the scene, officers stated. The motive force who reported the incident was unharmed.
Monday’s taking pictures was the fourth this month and is the most recent in a string of potential highway rage incidents on or round San Francisco freeways. CHP officers beforehand requested the general public for assist after a taking pictures June 19 on Freeway 101 northbound south of the Interstate Freeway 280 interchange. Nobody was hit by gunfire, and the sufferer sustained minor accidents from the crash.
In a separate taking pictures round 8:15 p.m. final Saturday, CHP officers discovered an unhurt sufferer of a taking pictures in northbound Hwy. 101 lanes at Cesar Chavez Avenue. CHP officers additionally responded to a taking pictures June 1 within the southbound Freeway 280 lanes north of Serramonte Boulevard in Daly Metropolis.
Neither San Francisco or San Mateo County makes the highest 10 for freeway shootings, nonetheless. Essentially the most lethal place for freeway shootings within the state is the Bay Space’s Alameda County, which incorporates Oakland. It had essentially the most freeway shootings of any county in California between January 2020 and April 2023, with 11 killed in freeway taking pictures incidents throughout that interval, in response to California Freeway Patrol knowledge analyzed by The Commonplace. Los Angeles County, which has six instances as many individuals as Alameda County, was the second worst within the state, with six individuals killed on its highways.
Anybody with data could name the CHP’s San Francisco workplace at 415-557-1094.