BRIGHTON, Mich., (WXYZ) - Michigan State Police confirm an incident of road rage on I-96 Wednesday morning is not linked to recent shootings.
Livingston Sheriff's office responded to a new report of a possible I-96 shooting Wednesday morning at the Marathon station located at the Grand River and I-96 exit in Brighton.
The incident reportedly happened around 6:15 a.m. Michigan State Police later confirmed the incident as a case of road rage and not a shooting.
No further details have been confirmed at this time.
Since October 16 there have been 24 reported shootings along I-96 from Wixom to Ingham County.
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