Police say "Road Rage" possibly influenced a woman’s decision to shoot a motorcyclist in the chest http://www.whas11.com/news/local/stories/whas11_topstory_080617_shooting.11dad06f.html 11:40 PM EDT on Tuesday, June 17, 2008 (WHAS11) - Jeffersonville police say road rage may have led to a shooting. A woman in an SUV and a man on a motorcycle engaged in some sort of disagreement while driving along 10th Street. Police say she put an end to it when she shot him in the chest. Watch this story “She has been very cooperative and given us voluntary statements. She says her actions were in self defense,” said Detective Todd Hollis. Witnesses told police some sort of exchange happened between the two a mile away from the intersection of 10th St. and Allison Lane. But they kept driving until they got to the stop light. He hopped off his bike, approached her car and shortly thereafter she shot him.” “We did not find any weapons on him. He stopped his motorcycle and immediately got off and approached her door. He may have opened the door. She never got out and that’s when the shooting occurred,” said Hollis. Witnesses told police the whole incident took about 10 seconds. The driver stayed and called 9-1-1. Within three minutes police were on the scene trying to figure out what happened. “There was some immediate aggression on his part when he got of his bike. What his actions were and how threatening they were we’re not sure. We’ll have to determine that in our investigation.” The motorcyclist underwent surgery and remains in the hospital. Doctors say he’ll likely survive the shooting. Police haven’t had an opportunity to get his side of the story yet. But at this point, police haven’t filed any charges against the woman. “We’ve been in touch with Clark County prosecutor’s office and they have made the decision to withhold their decision pending our investigation.” ---- Probably all the womans fault.