GLENDALE, Ariz. (FOX 10) -- Glendale Police officials have released details surrounding a road rage incident that involved shots being fired and a car crash late Friday afternoon.
According to information released by Officer Tiffany Ngalula, the incident began to unfold at around 5:00 p.m., when men in a truck said they were involved with a maroon car that the driver of the truck did not allow to merge into traffic. Someone inside the maroon car, which was occupied by a man and a woman at the time, reportedly opened fire on the truck. The maroon car then followed the truck to the area of 55th Avenue and Colter.
People inside the truck, according to Officer Ngalula, said the truck took a turn too fast and struck a wall, causing damage. No residences were struck. When officers arrived at the scene, people inside the truck were not at the scene, but they returned later and gave officers a statement of what had happened.
No one was hurt, according to Officer Ngalula. As for the maroon car, people inside the truck were not sure on the car's model, and Glendale Police did not locate the car.
There is no active search for suspects, according to Officer Ngalula.