Car crash on Milwaukee's north side ends with shots fired

Nobody was hurt
Posted at 4:36 PM, Apr 04, 2017

A car crash on Milwaukee's north side Tuesday morning ended with shots fired, police say.

It happened just before 10:00 a.m. Tuesday near N. 43rd St. and Good Hope Rd.

Some of the gunshots fired went into a nearby home, but nobody was inside at the time.

The owner of nearby Jerry's Certified Service & Towing says he heard the crash and went to take a look - then he heard shots.

"So then he shot at him and then he made a U-turn and stopped and I don't know, probably shot at him 8, 9 more times," Jerry Turriff says.

Police say the shots came from a car that was not involved in the crash, and that it may be drug related. Nobody was hurt.

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