ANTRIM, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police say a 28-year-old Maine man called 911 about a road-rage attack before he was shot and killed.

They say 28-year-old Timothy Davison called from Interstate 81 near Maryland early Saturday to say someone in a pickup truck was firing on him.

Police say Davison was forced into a median, disabling his vehicle, before the assailant approached and fired several rounds at him.

State police are searching for a Ford Ranger-style pickup. They say the vehicle may be blue and may have damage to the driver’s side.

They say Davison, who was from Poland, Maine, died at a York hospital following the 2:10 a.m. attack.

Police say the attack occurred on northbound I-81 in Antrim Township, about 10 miles north of Hagerstown, Maryland.


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