Timothy Davison of Poland died from his wounds at a hospital
ANTRIM TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A Maine man was gunned down on a Pennsylvania highway early Saturday morning.
28-year-old Timothy Davison of Poland was traveling north on Interstate 81 when he called 911 to report a small pickup truck was chasing and firing gunshots at him.
The driver then rammed Davison’s vehicle, forcing him into the median. After Davison’s vehicle became disabled, the driver approached and fired several rounds that struck Davison.
State police say he died from his wounds at York Hospital.
Investigators are treating the incident as a homicide.
The suspect vehicle will be a Ford Ranger-style truck possibly blue in color with damage to the driver’s side.
Pennsylvania State Police trooper Rob Hicks tells WMTW they believe it was a random act of road rage.
An autopsy on Davison’s body is scheduled for Monday.
The shooting remains under investigation.
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