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Police: more drivers carrying guns, increasing danger of road rage incidents

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By Justin Sullivan By Justin Sullivan

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- St. Louis City Police are investigating a road rage shooting that put a man in the hospital.

News 4 talked with police about the incident and found out more people are driving with guns in their cars.

The victim tells police he was heading north on Goodfellow Boulevard when the suspect accused him of cutting him off.

Police say the suspect lost his temper, pulled out a gun and shot the victim in his neck.

News 4 spoke with drivers and asked what they would do in a situation like this. Most say they would just let it go, because you never know who you’re dealing with.

Police say more people are driving with guns in their cars. The scary part about that is many of them are believed to be criminals.

According to Missouri Law, if the driver is over the age of 21, they are allowed to carry a loaded weapon inside the vehicle.

The victim is expected to make a full recovery.

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