Toronto police say they are investigating a shooting on the Gardiner Expressway on Wednesday from an apparent case of road rage.
The shooting happened at around 12:30 a.m. in the eastbound lanes of the expressway near Spadina Avenue.
Police said one vehicle on the Gardiner Expressway began shooting at another vehicle and that it appears the shooting was a case of road rage.
Bullet holes were found in a car, police said. A victim, a man in his 20s, showed up at a downtown Toronto hospital with a bullet wound to the leg, police told Global News. He is in non-life-threatening condition.
There is no suspect description but police said they are looking for a black Acura with three men inside.
The Gardiner Expressway was closed for half an hour but has since reopened.
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