Motorcyclist shoots stopped driver on Goodfellow Boulevard

ST. LOUIS, MO – A motorcyclist shot and critically injured a man in a car on Monday morning, while both motorists were stopped at a traffic light.

According to KMOV, police officers are investigating a shooting incident that occurred early in the morning on June 1. A motorcyclist and a driver were stopped at the traffic light at the intersection of Interstate-70 and Goodfellow Boulevard. The motorcyclist pulled out a gun and fired multiple shots into the vehicle before driving away.

Police officers on the scene report that one man in the car sustained a gunshot wound to the leg. They transported the man to the hospital for treatment of his critical injury.

Another passenger in the vehicle was not injured in the shooting.

The police are still investigating this accident, but they have not located the motorcyclist at this time.

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