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Pleasanton man shot in I-680 road rage incident

Original post made on Oct 25, 2013

Investigators are trying to locate a driver who shot a Pleasanton man in Fremont early Thursday morning after a highway road-rage incident, a police spokeswoman said. "Two drivers engaged in some type of confrontation or road rage on Highway 680," police Officer Geneva Bosques said.

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Posted by Danville Independent , a resident of San Ramon Valley High School
on Oct 26, 2013 at 4:28 am

As I drive this corridor quite frequently during this time frame, I know how busy it can be. Some other driver MUST have seen something - when two cars are "going-at-it" it's hard not to notice (I stay away from these clowns as much as I can). I hope somebody steps forward and alerts the police so they can catch this nut-case!


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