ANDERSON, Calif. - 10 days after a reported road rage shooting in Anderson, the CHP is asking for the public's help.
Officers said it happened on Nov. 8 at approximately 3:30 p.m. on Interstate 5, near Highway 273 in Anderson.
They said a driver in a white Nissan Rogue shot multiple rounds from a handgun at a Ford F350 pick-up pulling a trailer.
The driver who fired the shots actually pulled over to call the police to report the incident, along with the driver of the pickup.
No one was injured, now the CHP is asking for any witnesses to come forward to help sort it all out. The CHP did not say if the person who fired the gun has been charged with a crime.
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