Woman injured in road rage shooting on PA Turnpike

A woman was injured in a road rage shooting on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Westmoreland County on Sunday afternoon.

State police said the 38-year-old woman accidentally drifted into another lane of travel which resulted in another motorist being cut-off.

That other driver, identified by police as Andrew Skinner, 30, allegedly accelerated to the left side of the victim’s vehicle while traveling eastbound.

Police said Skinner then brandished a handgun and fired a single shot from his vehicle.

Skinner was later apprehended. State police say he’s expected to face several charges including attempted homicide.

Pittsburgh’s Action News 4 is working to get an update on the victim’s condition.

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