Dallas rush hour shooting leaves 2 drivers dead-1 injured plus manhunt for gunman
Dallas, TX (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Top news story: JNF civil justice news reporters alert Dallas authorities pressed a manhunt Tuesday morning for a gun man in a pickup truck who is suspected of killing two people on Dallas County roadways on Monday. The gun man also injured another driver during a series of rush hour shootings on Dallas-area roads. According to Texas Highway Patrol and the Dallas Police Department investigators, the first shooting occurred in the early evening on Monday in Garland, a Dallas suburb. A pickup truck heading south on a major road pulled up alongside a small Nissan, stopped at a red light and began shooting, killing the 20 year-old driver.
Justice news correspondents learned witnesses told police the pickup then drove off toward I-635 in Dallas, where an 18-wheeler was then shot. The driver of the 18-wheeler was not stuck by the bullet. Shortly after a United Van Lines 18-wheeler rig driver from Frankfort, Kentucky was shot and killed. Dallas police shut down all westbound lanes of 635 east of the shooting scenes for several hours in search of the shooter and to secure the homicide scene.
Dallas Police and Dallas Department of Public Safety are looking for a suspect described as a balding white man in his 40s, driving a tan Ford F-150 extended cab pickup.
News Contributor: JusticeNewsFlash.com highway injury news reporter