Man shot during apparent road rage incident in NW Houston, police say; Suspect still at large

Here's what we know

HOUSTON – A man was shot during an apparent road rage incident Wednesday afternoon in northwest Houston, according to police.

Officers said the shooting happened in the 700 block of TC Jester Boulevard near west 11th Street.

According to HPD Lt. Crowson, the road rage started on the Katy Freeway when the driver of a white van and a driver in a Mazda got into some sort of altercation.

Crowson said both vehicles got off on TC Jester and the driver of the Mazda started shooting at the white van, sticking the driver in the lower back. The victim is expected to survive.

HPD said the suspected shooter fled the scene in a light blue Mazda and is still at large.

This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.

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