On Nov. 12, 19-year old Marshall Ervin had a close encounter with death on his way home, while driving through Fort bend Toll Road.
Lucky to be alive, Erwin recalls a black Dodge Challenger speed by him and seconds later, sees the gun.
“I didn’t really realize what was going on until I felt glass from my windshield hit my face, and I felt something fly by my head,” Ervin said, as reported by ABC 13 News.
So far, no arrests have been made but Houston police are still investigating, using as evidence the bullet holes in Erwin’s windshield, bullet casings and a driver’s dashcam video of the 2008 – 2012 Dodge Challenger.
“I mean, the fact that somebody could shoot at a 19-year-old kid, who really didn’t do anything to them, at all, with no hesitation whatsoever, going for the kill shot is just absolutely ridiculous,” Ervin said.
To avoid being a victim of road rage, Officers are recommending you avoid eye contact, never respond to aggression with aggression and it’s OK to be tolerant and forgiving from time to time.
Ervin said he isn’t sure what provoked the shooter but is really grateful to be alive, hoping to get some justice soon.