State Police are investigating a Saturday morning shooting incident along Interstate 81 in the Shenandoah Valley that caused the wounding of a tractor-trailer operator. Police say what might be the result of a road rage incident happened early Saturday morning on I-81 near Harrisonburg in Rockingham County. Police say a 43-year-old tractor-trailer operator from Arizona was heading south when a driver in another lane fired a weapon into the passenger side of the tractor-trailer and a bullet hit the driver’s right leg. The victim tried to follow the shooter’s vehicle, but he was not able to do it for long. Police say the victim’s injuries are not life-threatening.
State Police Investigate Possible Road Rage Incident On I-81