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Updated 1/1/23:

North Augusta Law Enforcement confirm that 23-year-old Tymere Hill has been identified as the suspect who fired a gun after a car accident turned into road rage. He was arrested and is also wanted on charges of attempted murder and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WJBF) —Investigators are looking for a suspect in an apparent road rage incident that happened near Exit 1 off Interstate 20, in which shots were reportedly fired.

According to North Augusta Department of Public Safety, there were no reported injuries or damaged property. The suspect reportedly fled on foot in the area of West Martintown Road near the North Augusta Greeneway bridge crossing and Rowland-Ford Funeral Home.

(Provided by our news partner WJBF)

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