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Pa. police seek gunman in highway slaying

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PHILADELPHIA — A holiday traveler killed in an apparent road-rage shooting in Pennsylvania had reported some sort of road dispute with the pickup chasing him, state police said Sunday.

Timothy Davison, 28, of Maine, had called 911 as he crossed from Maryland into Pennsylvania on Interstate 81 early Saturday.

He reported some sort of problem, such as one driver braking suddenly or cutting someone off, and said a gunman inside the pickup was now shooting at him, said Trooper Rob Hicks, a state police spokesman. No arrests have been made.

Police believe the pickup driver rammed Davison’s car into a grassy median, before the driver or perhaps a passenger shot him at about 2:10 a.m. The shooting occurred about 10 miles north of Hagerstown, Md.

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