Woman charged with murder after deadly road-rage shooting

Police have made an arrest in a bizarre case of road rage  in Tempe on Saturday afternoon that resulted in the death of one woman.
Police tell us that two cars collided near Broadway Road and McClintock Drive just after 4:30 p.m.
Officers say a female driver, now identified as 32-year-old Holly Davis, got out of her car and fired several shots at the other driver, 19-year-old Yue Jiang. 
Jiang, an ASU student, lost control of her vehicle due to her injuries and collided into a third vehicle. Inside that third vehicle was a pregnant woman and three children. 
Jiang was transported to a local hospital where she later died. 
The pregnant woman and the three children were also taken to the hospital, but their conditions are unknown at this time. 

A memorial of flowers and candles grew near Broadway and McClintock in Tempe, a tribute to 19-year-old Jiang. Her friends are still in disbelief over the shocking death.

"She didn't do anything wrong, she was driving down the road, and then she ended up like that, everyone is just really sad and really shocked about it," said Bowei Zhu.

Dozens of friends wore black as a sign of mourning to honor Jiang. 

Jiang's family is on the way to the valley from China, no funeral arrangements have yet been announced.

Davis is now charged with first-degree premeditated murder, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disorderly conduct with a deadly weapon, among other charges.

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