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Shooting turned car crash shuts down parts of I-476 North in Delaware County for several hours

Parts of I-476 in Delaware County shuts down after shooting turned car crash
Parts of I-476 in Delaware County shuts down after shooting turned car crash 01:20

RADNOR TOWNSHIP, Pa. (CBS) -- Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a shooting and car crash that shut down the Blue Route northbound (Interstate 476) for several hours on Friday afternoon. 

Police said the shooting happened just after 12:30 p.m. near mile marker 12.0. I-476 was closed while police tried to gather evidence from the shooting.  

Chopper 3 captured police walking on the highway during their search.

Car crash closes down Blue Route I-476 Northbound in Delaware County for hours 09:28

After arriving, troopers said they found a blue Honda Civic crashed on a hill next to the right shoulder. Medics treated the Honda driver, a 62-year-old man, for injuries on the scene. 

Investigators also found a 41-year-old father and his 8-year-old son at the scene. 

Through their investigation, officials found the 62-year-old shot at the father and son's car while they were both driving on I-476. The cars crashed into each other sending the Honda over into the grass. 

The father and son were not injured in the shooting or the crash, officials said. The 62-year-old man was taken to Paoli Hospital for injuries. 

Traffic was delayed for nearly two hours but resumed normal activity in both directions shortly before 3 p.m.

Pennsylvania State Police investigating car crash that shut down Blue Route for hours 00:29
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