UPDATE (WKOW) -- There were two good Samaritans helped a victim of road rage that happened in Milwaukee County.
Our affiliate, WISN, says Andy Krause and another person stopped to help after the accident. At the time, Krause didn't know that a road rage incident involving gunfire had happened.
Investigators say motorcycle driver James Norman shot at a passing car before he crashed.
Krause says when he and another driver went to help Norman, who they thought was just a crash victim, officials handcuffed the two good Samaritans for helping him; however, after a pat down and a couple of questions asked, officials let Krause and the other person go.
Krause says, "Knowing now what had happened, what had assumed to have happened less than two minutes prior, you just think 'Wow.' There are really no words to describe it."
MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- According to our affiliate, WISN, the Milwaukee County Sheriff's office took the driver of a motorcycle into custody this morning.
That driver apparently fired shots at another vehicle while driving on southbound Miller Park Way Monday morning. The shots did not hit the other driver.
Two lanes of Miller Park Way were shut down for two hours, but have since reopened. The gun has been recovered and several bags of evidence were loaded up at the scene.
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