Four-Year-Old Boy Shot In The Head In Road Rage Incident

4-year-old Ohio boy shot in head during apparent road rage incident

He was taken to a children's hospital for surgery. A white Pontiac was blocking the road as she approached West 28th Street and Division Avenue.

Miraculously, officials said the bullet did not enter the boy's brain.

She honked her horn to pass a vehicle. Someone inside the vehicle then opened fire.

At the time of the incident, Hill's 7-year-old daughter was also in the auto, but she was not injured.

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The mother, who has not been identified, told cops the vehicle followed her onto the highway and fired shots at her auto.

According to Hill's statement to the police, she did not know the people in the Pontiac or why they shot at her vehicle. Cleveland CMS rushed the child to the University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital. The woman, who was not identified, then pulled off on the East 55th exit on Interstate 90 and took the boy to the hospital, reported.

Two black men were in the Pontiac, but other than that, witnesses didn't give further explanation.

Anybody with information is bring asked to call investigators at 216-621-1234.

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