FRANKLIN COUNTY, Pa. — The FBI has joined police in multiple states in the hunt for a pickup truck driver who rammed an SUV off a Pennsylvania highway and into a snowbank, then blew away the victim moments after he had called 911 to say he was being followed by an enraged motorist.
The hunt for the killer of Timothy Davison, a 28-year-old Maine resident, has extended from the Keystone State into Maryland and West Virginia, following Saturday morning's shooting along I-81, near Antrim Township in southern Pennsylvania. Davison was making the 1,400-mile trip home to Poland, Me., after spending the holidays with family members in Orlando, Fla., when another driver began tailgating him, according to police.
According to police reports, Davison first became engaged with the other driver in Maryland, sometime around 2 a.m. That's when he called 911 to say he was being followed, according to authorities. The call broke up as he crossed into Pennsylvania, where he again called emergency dispatchers to say he was being followed and shot at.
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