Neighborhood road rage incident turns violent

- A road rage incident escalated quickly in Pasco County and deputies are trying to figure out who was involved. 

It happened around 5:30 p.m. on Friday, August 26 at Kingsbridge Road and Coventry Drive.

Home surveillance video shows a white car and a black, 4-door car coming around a corner. The black vehicle pulls beside the white car, and then hits its passenger side, pushing off the road. 

The black vehicle pulls away. 

The video, which was edited by the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, shows a person running from the direction of the white car toward the black car, and pointing a weapon at the black car. The sheriff's office said the person was firing a gun at the black car. 

The video then shows the black car facing in the direction from which it came, and a black male gets out of the car. A person also gets out of the passenger side of the car. The sheriff's office said that person is a white female. 

Video then shows a red SUV drive by the scene in the direction the black and white cars drove during their first encounter. 

Detectives are trying to identify the people in the black car and red SUV. They said there was a black male driver in the red SUV, and a black male driver and white female passenger in the black car. 

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is investigating this as a Road Rage incident.

Anyone who knows who was involved or has information on this incident is asked to contact either the Pasco Sheriff's Office Crime Tips Line at 1-800-706-2488, or contact Tampa Bay CrimeStoppers at 1-800-873-TIPS. There may be up to a $3000 reward for leading to an arrest. You must contact CrimeStoppers to be eligible for this reward.

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