Boy injured in Solano County freeway shooting, officials say

A seven-year-old boy was injured Monday afternoon after a freeway shooting in Solano County, officials said. A boy sitting in the rear seat of a silver Honda Accord was transported to a hospital. The boy is expected to survive. What led to the shooting is unknown. Investigators are working to figure out if this was a targeted shooting.Video obtained by KCRA 3 shows at least seven bullet holes on a vehicle that was parked outside of North Bay Medical Center in Fairfield. A CHP trooper was standing behind the vehicle.According to dispatch scanner audio, the driver of the vehicle that was shot drove to the hospital. Law enforcement did find one casing in the slow lane of the interstate as evidence. A spokesperson for the CHP Golden Gate Division, which is now leading this investigation, said no one is in custody for the shooting. There is no suspect information as of Monday night. Anyone with information is asked to contact the CHP investigative Tip Line at (707) 917-4491.

A seven-year-old boy was injured Monday afternoon after a freeway shooting in Solano County, officials said.

The shooting happened around 4:20 pm on eastbound Interstate 80 west of Alamo Drive in Vacaville, the California Highway Patrol said. A boy sitting in the rear seat of a silver Honda Accord was transported to a hospital. The boy is expected to survive.

What led to the shooting is unknown. Investigators are working to figure out if this was a targeted shooting.

Video obtained by KCRA 3 shows at least seven bullet holes on a vehicle that was parked outside of North Bay Medical Center in Fairfield. A CHP trooper was standing behind the vehicle.

According to dispatch scanner audio, the driver of the vehicle that was shot drove to the hospital.

Law enforcement did find one casing in the slow lane of the interstate as evidence.

A spokesperson for the CHP Golden Gate Division, which is now leading this investigation, said no one is in custody for the shooting.

There is no suspect information as of Monday night.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the CHP investigative Tip Line at (707) 917-4491.

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