Cincinnati woman charged in road rage.



A woman from Cincinnati has been indicted for a road rage shooting that occurred earlier this month near Colerain Avenue in Colerain Township.

The shooting incident occurred on April 1, and audio from 911 calls made during the incident was released only recently—both the victim and a witness called 911 after the incident. Court documents reveal that Tracy Heath, 29, was shouting at the victim on the road, making her believe they were involved in a motor vehicle accident. The victim yelled, “I think I was shot! Oh my God. Oh my God.”

The victim pulled into a parking lot, and the other vehicle pulled next to her before Heath, who was a passenger, fired a gun, hitting the victim.

The car drove away. When asked by the dispatcher who shot her, the victim said, “No, it was a car. It was a grey car. Help, please. I think it went in my body. Please!” The victim stated that she had been hit in the arm. A witness told 911 that there was a bullet hole in the victim’s car door, and her window was broken.

According to a report published last month by Everytown Research and Policy, incidents of road rage shootings are becoming more frequent in the country, with injuries and deaths from such incidents increased since 2018. The report further stated that deadly road rage shootings doubled from 2018 to 2022.

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