FRANKFORT, KY (WAVE) –Kentucky State troopers are looking for one of two cars after occupantsexchanged gunfire on I-64 early Friday morning.
The incident started inFrankfort where investigators said the passenger of one car told them thedriver of another car shot at them. The two cars then headed onto I-64 West.
Troopers said the gunfirecontinued for 10 miles and ended in Shelby County.
The driver of one car wasinjured so he exited the interstate. He was taken to University Hospital withnon-life threatening injuries.
If you have anyinformation you are asked to contact Kentucky State Police.
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