Dashcam footage from a road rage incident shows a Florida man firing a handgun multiple times, shattering his side window and windshield as he drives.
According to reports, the incident occurred in June while Eric Popper was driving on I-95 southbound in Miami.
The video begins with Popper singing along to music while driving his Toyota Venza Hybrid. According to reports, Popper allegedly cut off a dark-colored Camry.
The driver of the Camry honks his horn, which prompts Popper to quickly slam on his brakes. According to police reports, the Camry driver made some hand gestures towards Popper.
Popper opens the center console, unlocks his firearm's lockbox, and pulls out a small handgun. Popper raises his weapon and shoots 11 times through his passenger side window and windscreen as the Camry passes.
Check out the video below.
According to Popper, the Camry driver also had a weapon, fired at him first, and he was acting in self-defense.
After the Toyota-on-Toyota altercation, both drivers pulled over and called 911. The driver of the Camry told police he threw a water bottle at Popper's car, and a firearm was not present in the vehicle. Luckily, no one was injured during the incident.
Popper is awaiting trial on two felony charges, including aggressive assault with a firearm. If convicted, it could result in a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.