A driver dressed as Santa Claus and his spouse had been fired upon late Wednesday whereas coming back from a celebration, police stated.
The person’s automobile was hit twice by gunfire however he and his spouse weren’t injured, Forest Hill, Texas, police stated.
The incident happened on Interstate 20 in Tarrant County round 11 p.m. The person within the Santa outfit stated he was heading westbound on the freeway when a “small crimson automobile” reduce him off, police informed Fort Price’s KXAS-TV.
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The motive force reportedly tried to cross the suspect’s automobile, however the suspect wouldn’t enable him, police stated. The gunman then opened fireplace from the automobile whereas exiting the freeway at Anglin Drive, in line with the station.
“I noticed them exiting and I believed it was over, however then we began listening to gunshots and the automobile was hit twice,” the Santa-attired driver informed KXAS.
Police need to decide the make and mannequin of the “small crimson automobile” and determine the driving force. No license plate data was obtainable.
It was unclear if street rage performed a job within the capturing, police stated. Forest Hill is about 12 miles southeast of Fort Price.