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Trucker accused of killing Texas woman in highway road rage shooting

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In a tragic incident that occurred on Tuesday afternoon, a truck driver stands accused of fatally shooting a Texas woman on a highway in Van Zandt County, Texas.

The incident took place on September 19th, approximately at 1:30 p.m., along a stretch of Interstate 20 within Van Zandt County, Texas.

According to authorities from the Van Zandt County Sheriff’s Office, the unfortunate incident transpired when a woman was driving her car eastward on I-20, concurrently with a man operating a tractor-trailer.

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It is alleged that the two vehicles became embroiled in what appears to be a road rage incident.

Tragically, at some point during this confrontation, the truck driver discharged a firearm into the woman’s car, resulting in her untimely death.

At present, the identity of the female victim remains undisclosed.

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Jason Rashad Williams, the truck driver involved in the incident, now faces grave charges, including murder and three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Law enforcement authorities are leaning towards road rage as the suspected motive behind the fatal shooting, as they continue their investigation into this tragic event.

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