Police: Shooting Apparently Stemmed from Road Rage

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SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) — Police in Somerset say a man has been injured in a shooting that apparently stemmed from a road rage incident.

Media report that 54-year-old Luster L. Rose of Parkers Lake was taken to the University of Kentucky Medical Center after being shot multiple times Thursday night at a highway intersection.

Police say 23-year-old Troy A. McAninch of Stanford is charged with first-degree assault in the shooting. It was unclear whether he had an attorney.

Police say it appears that McAninch's wife pulled out in front of a semi-trailer driven by Rose. The couple said they were being tail-gaited by Rose, who at some point passed them. Police say Troy McAninch apparently became so infuriated by Rose's driving that he decided to confront him when both vehicles stopped at an intersection.

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