By CBS13 Staff

Tuesday (12/7) Update:

The suspected gunman in a deadly shooting on Interstate 5 in Sacramento on Monday has been arrested and identified as David Perry, 33, the CHP said.

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Original Story:

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Authorities are investigating a road rage incident that resulted in one person being shot on Interstate 5 in Sacramento, the California Highway Patrol said Monday afternoon.

The CHP said a man in a red Dodge Ram was shot through the driver’s side window and was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries. His condition is unknown at this time.

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The shooting happened on southbound I-5 near Richards Boulevard. According to the CHP, it initially received calls of highway violence and road rage at around 2:15 p.m. from the area of Westbound Interstate 80 near Watt Avenue.

Investigators said they were looking for a white Mercedes believed to be involved in the shooting.

The shooting caused the southbound lanes of I-5 from the I-80 connector to Richards Boulevard to be closed. As of 7:15 p.m., Caltrans said all lanes have reopened.

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No further information has been released.