A Cox Automotive staff was shot on an interstate in the vicinity of Birmingham, Ala., adhering to “highway rage” on Dec. 15, according to community police.
Vestavia Hills Police Office responded to a report of a individual shot on Interstate 65 at about 7 a.m. on Thursday, in accordance to a Fb write-up from the division. Vestavia Hills is 13 miles south of Birmingham.
A person individual was wounded and taken to a Birmingham healthcare facility, wherever they were being addressed and launched, in accordance to the submit. Cox Automotive confirmed the individual is a Cox Automotive Mobility Fleet Companies mobile technician in an e mail assertion to Automotive Information.
“We can affirm that our driver was the target of an incident that occurred previously this early morning. At Cox Automotive, we are fully commited to the security of our group customers,” Cox Automotive wrote in a Dec. 15 statement. “We are thoroughly cooperating with regional legislation enforcement on their ongoing investigation and request that you make contact with them for a lot more information and facts.”
Vestavia Hills police arrested 29-yr-old Terald Jamal Chambers in relationship with the shooting, for each the division, which said it received warrants for Chambers on attempted murder, discharging a firearm into an occupied auto and specified persons forbidden to possess a pistol.
Chambers’ bond is $105,000, according to the post.