'Literally petrified': Charlotte mom and 2 sons involved in road rage incident involving gun
CHARLOTTE (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) — A mom driving her kids to college was terrified immediately after an additional driver waved a gun at her.
However it was only about two minutes extensive, Erica explained what took place at the intersection of E. Mallard Creek Church Highway and North Tryon road will stick with her and her two sons. That is why she did not want to clearly show their faces but did want to convey to her story solely to FOX 46.
“I was terrified, my youngest in the back seat, my youngest was essentially screaming. Actually petrified, I have never ever found him act like that,” remembered Erica.
“It was my initial time in that scenario, but I’m 16 and he’s 12. I hope he’s alright,” said her son.
Erica claimed she was driving her young children to school on the morning of November 17 when yet another girl driving a auto almost hit them in the turning lane. Erica claimed she honked at her and that is when the driver started out yelling, following Erica, and then pulled out a pink gun.
“I did worry for a very good 20 seconds, not understanding what to do, but I did dial 911,” reported Erica.
But her mobile phone call to the law enforcement didn’t aid. She said they advised her that even however she experienced a photograph of the woman’s license plate, they could not confirm it was the lady driving the vehicle so it’s tricky to examine.
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“That’s when I at last begun crying out of anger, like what do you indicate you can not do nearly anything? I have her license plate,” said Erica.
FOX 46 arrived at out to CMPD about the incident. Officials wrote that while the entire circumstance is “concerning,” it is not a crime.
Her son reported it need to have in no way gotten that poor, particularly with his tiny brother in the automobile. “It’s not just about you, there are other folks in the vehicle, my minor brother was in the auto. That could have been a traumatic experience for him,” explained her son.
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