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CHP Investigating Wednesday Afternoon Highway 24 Shooting

by ECT

The California Highway Patrol report that at approximently 3:35 pm, a Contra Costa CHP Motor unit was on an enforcement stop on Pleasant Hill Road, just north of Hwy-24, when he was contacted by a female driver in a silver Chevy Malibu who stopped to report she was the victim of a freeway shooting.

She had sustained a single gunshot wound to her leg and requested medical assistance.

She related the shooting confrontation occurred with a Chrysler 300 sedan and happened on the transition ramp from I-680 southbound to HWY-24 westbound. She stated a female was driving the suspect Chrysler vehicle and a male was the passenger. She related the male passenger fired at her vehicle and then the suspect vehicle fled the area.

She related her two juvenile passengers in her vehicle were not injured. She was transported to John Muir Hospital in Walnut Creek for a non-life threatening injury to her leg.

This is an active investigation with cooperation from our CHP Golden Gate Division Investigative Services Unit, which will now be the lead in this investigation. Please refer all inquiries regarding this investigation to CHP Golden Gate Division in Vallejo. CHP – Golden Gate Division Thank you.

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2 comments

LoveableCurmudgeon May 27, 2021 - 5:05 am

This is beyond being ridiculous…..I am beginning to hate the Bay Area

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Roxanne Fox May 28, 2021 - 1:42 pm

This is simply the logical consequence when you have way too many people concentrated in one area. Kind of reminds me of an experiment with rants I read about. There comes a point where, due to high concentration, they cannibalized each other. Same with humans. This did not happen when the Bay Area had fewer people, say 1950’s and 1960’s.

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