Anxious 911 calls from Tuesday’s road rage shooting

Reporter: Lauren Leslie Writer: Paul Dolan
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Gripping sound from 911 callers that were near the road rage shooting on Tuesday. (CREDIT: WINK News)

The shooter’s still on the streets from a road rage shooting on Tuesday night, now gripping 911 calls from the victim vividly paint the scene.

The victim said to dispatchers that he was being followed. The victim actually got behind the person he said was driving recklessly, where road rage became violence.

Suddenly, the road rage boiled up and became even more frightening when the man shot twice.

“Listen to me, listen to me,” a 911 caller said. “Radio Road and Livingston, guy just shot another guy he’s dead.”

Witnesses called in what they heard and saw right in front of them.

“I just thought I heard gunshots outside the Wawa across the street,” another 911 caller said.

“I heard this other car take off and then I saw this guy crawling back getting in his truck,” added another 911 caller.

The unidentified victim shot at Livingston Road and Radio Road following a fit of road rage.

“I got shot,” the victim said on the 911 call.

“You got shot?” asked the dispatcher.

“I got shot ma’am,” the victim responded.

“I heard him hit the back of my car and I just took off because I didn’t want my wife to get hit,” a 911 caller said.

Pleading for help, the victim was in disbelief, his voice filled with pain and agony.

“Someone was following me, I stopped in the… I… they were reckless driving and then…” the victim said.

“Ok, where where are you shot?” the dispatcher asked.

“I got behind them…” the victim continued. ”

“Where were you shot?” the dispatcher repeated.

“I think in my bladder ma’am and in my arm…” the victim said.

“You said in your arm? the dispatcher asked.

“Yes, there’s a lot of blood,” responded the victim.

The victim, notwithstanding his panic and concern, was able to provide crucial pieces of information.

“Do you know what kind of vehicle the person was in who shot you?” asked the dispatcher

“Yes, a Camaro, Camaro,” answered the victim.

With a recent gunshot wound, labored breathing, fear, and anxiety the victim kept his mind on his loved ones. “Keep talking to me, I don’t want… I don’t want my family to see me like this,” the victim said. “Please ma’am. Just keep talking to me okay?”

It has been three days since the shooting and no arrests have been reported related to what happened. If you have any information contact the Collier County Sheriff’s Office.

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