Transcript for Police search for gun-wielding drivers in multiple road rage incidents
Now to another manhunt. Police in Ohio looking for two men suspected of opening fire during a road rage incident and shooting a 4-year-old boy. Just the latest in a spike of violent road rage incidents all across the country and ABC's Diane Macedo is here with those details. Good morning. This Cleveland mother was driving with two kids in the car when she says they were followed and shot at, all this after she honked her horn. This morning Cleveland police are warning the public after a 4-year-old was shot in the head in a possible road rage incident. The boy's mother says it started when she honked her horn at a stopped car Sunday. The car followed her and opened fire. Police say the suspects are still on the loose warning there may have been two gunmen. These people are very violent and don't have much regard for human life. Reporter: This latest incident comes just two days after a man was caught on video in Dallas pointing a gun directly at another driver. Somebody like that needs to be off the street. Reporter: Victoria best says she started filming when she noticed the car was driving erratical erratically. Police say they identified a possible suspect We're waiting for phone calls to see if he pointed it at anybody else. Reporter: A recent analysis found incidents involving a gun more than doubled from 248 in 2014 to 627 last year. Last month the driver of this red pickup truck was charged with first degree murder after allegedly shooting and killing an 18-year-old over a traffic merge. Somebody didn't want her to merge in a lane of traffic. And because of that a young woman is dead today. Reporter: Such a sad story but lucky for this 4-year-old boy, it seems his will not end that way. He survived that shooting and we're told he's in serious condition but expected to recover. Oh, that is good news. All right, Diane, thank you very much. What is going on? Crazy.
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