The woman says a gun was pulled by her during a mobile road rage incident

Mobile, Alabama (WKRG) — A mobile woman says a stranger pulled a gun after exchanging words at a traffic light.

It happened at Airport Boulevard in Montlimar Drive, and a woman who spoke to WKRG News 5 said the exchange happened at a traffic light, but things escalated when she pulled to JoAnn’s Fabric parking lot. Alicianox says she thought she would be shot.

Knox said she honked the woman for pulling in front of her, and the woman honked a number of brakes along the airport boulevard before arriving at a light Monttremer drive. Light.

“I could see her taunting and screaming, there was an exchange in the light, and at some point it was a long light, so I rolled the window. Let’s do this.” Knox said.

Knox said he thought it was, but the woman wasn’t over yet. The woman pulled into Joan’s fabric parking lot behind her and waited to get out of the car when Knox said, “Loop and whip in front of you.” As soon as I open the door with me, there is a gun. And she says, “Try again and see what happens.”

From there, Knox said she was frozen and tried to talk to the woman for fear of her 16-year-old daughter who was in the car in exchange for her life. But when she saw the gun, she ran through the store for help.

“It’s very difficult for me to be in such a situation as a mom, but my daughter and I are supposed to protect her. So when she gets into a situation, it makes me totally I changed my mind to a new way of thinking, “Knox said.

The woman took off after a while and did not fire. Police arrived and received reports from Knox, but they said there wasn’t much they could do. Knox, meanwhile, says he intends to pay more attention to anger-induced exchanges on the streets. Knox says he does not intend to seek harassment charges. The woman says a gun was pulled by her during a mobile road rage incident

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