‘He could have killed me,’ driver says after motorcyclist shoots at him during I-95 road rage incident

A road rage incident involving a car and a motorcycle accelerated to the point of gunfire and now the Florida Highway Patrol is looking for the armed biker who sped away.

The shooting happened about 6 p.m. on April 8 where winding lanes merge through the Golden Glades Interchange and link to northbound Interstate 95 in Miami-Dade County.

The motorcycle passed on the driver’s side of a 2014 black Nissan and cut in front of driver Lyndon Edwards, 27, of Miami Gardens, and ended up on the passenger side.

“So I rolled down the window and said, ‘Guy, what are you doing? I could have killed you,’ and he just started flipping middle fingers at me and cursing,” said Edwards.

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