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Driver Injured in Freeway Shooting on I-880 in San Jose

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) -- A driver was hospitalized after being shot along Interstate Highway 880 in San Jose Monday, the California Highway Patrol reported.

The shooting happened at around 2:30 p.m. Monday on I-880 south of Tasman Drive near Montague Expressway and the Milpitas border.

The CHP said they were told the suspect pulled up to the vehicle and fired at the a maroon Mazda 6, injuring the driver.

The person was taken to Valley Medical Center in San Jose and is expected to be okay.

A passenger in the Mazda was unharmed.

A bullet hole could be seen on the passenger side windshield of the Mazda which had pulled over to the right shoulder of southbound I-880.

The southbound Montague Expressway entrance ramp to the 800 was closed during the shooting investigation.

CHP told KPIX they are looking for a Black male adult in a black sedan in connection with the shooting.

There was no info about whether this was a road rage incident.

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