Motorist pulls gun on driver at Miami gas station

- An intense moment at a Miami gas station was caught on cell phone video Wednesday when a motorist pulled a gun on another motorist.

The person who took the video said a man got out of his vehicle and pointed a gun at the windshield of another car as motorists waited in line to get gas ahead of Hurricane Irma.

According to the person who filmed the video, a line of cars was waiting to fill up at the gas station. The man got out of his vehicle, irate, and pointed a gun at the other car.

“I was trying to leave the gas station and then I see the guy with the white shirt running from his truck towards the black car and then he pulled out the gun,” said the uploader. “He was just being very aggressive towards the guy in the black car, I couldn’t understand much of what he was saying. He put the gun away and ran into his truck and then sped off.”

Gas supplies have been hit-or-miss across the state. There have not been any permanent outages reported, but some stations have run out ahead of their next refills, leaving hours long gaps between availabilities.

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