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Husband: Mom shot teaching daughter to drive may not live

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LAS VEGAS (AP) — The husband of a woman who was shot in the head in an apparent road rage incident while teaching her teenage daughter to drive says she may not survive.

Robert Meyers tells The Associated Press that Tammy Meyers is on life support at a hospital. She was shot about 11:30 p.m. Thursday outside their Las Vegas home.

He says a vehicle followed his wife home after the driving lesson in a school parking lot. It passed the pair and hit the brakes before Tammy Meyers went around the vehicle.

Officer Miguel Garcia said Friday that investigators have conflicting reports but are looking for the shooter and at least one other person in a car that fled the scene.

Meyers says their 22-year-old son fired several shots with a 9mm handgun and may have hit the fleeing car.

 

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6 comments

  • Derek

    So the son fired many shots into the fleeing car or shot at the back of the car
    News flash that’s illegal
    If police did that which they have the police would be charged which they have
    Cannot shoot at a fleeing car
    Need to throw that kid in jail

  • Kell Richardson

    Teaching her 15 year old daughter to drive at 11:30 pm on a school night? Hope the cops look into this more as a Domestic, sounds more like it’s personal than road rage. Especially a head shot “outside her home.”