Transcript for George Zimmerman Dodged a Bullet in Road Rage Incident
We move to George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman acquitted in the shooting of trayvon martin. A new gun incident putting him back in the headlines. A case of road rage. And tonight, the 911 call here. ABC's linsey Davis. Reporter: Tonight, that 911 call that started out so nonchalantly. A guy right here just said he had to shoot at someone through his window. Reporter: It's not until the final seconds of the call that the operator is notified of the identity of the alleged victim. Yeah, he said he had to shoot, he said it was George Zimmerman. Reporter: George Zimmerman dodged a bullet, this time, literally. Take a look at this bullet hole in his SUV. It happened when he was back in central Florida for mother's day. 36-year-old Matt Apperson fired, shattering glass, sending zimmer Nan to the hospital, where he was treated and released after what his lawyer calls a near death experience. Does trouble find George Zimmerman, or George Zimmerman finds trouble? Some of these things would never get any attention at all if it hadn't been George Zimmerman involved. Reporter: Apperson says he felt threatened when he saw Zimmerman waving his gun around as he was driving. He was acting in self-defense. Reporter: The two have had run-ins in the past, including one incident last September when Apperson says he called 911 after Zimmerman pulled up in a truck and began yelling at him, threatening to kill him. While Zimmerman denies ever waving a weapon in Monday's incident, police confirm he did have one in his vehicle. Police telling us today that there will be a long and thorough investigation and they cannot yet say if any charges will be filed. David? Linsey Davis in Florida tonight.
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