William Hale, 36, was charged April 6 in Jacksonville with charges that include shooting into a vehicle.
Authorities say Hale drove his pickup truck alongside a sport utility vehicle on U.S. 1 last October and demanded Frank Allison, 44, pull over. Hale's wife reportedly rolled down a window and made an obscene gesture.
That shot hit Hale's 5-year-old daughter, so Hale reportedly fired his own handgun from behind the SUV. Bullets hit the back of Allison's vehicle, wounding his 14-year-old daughter inside.
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A statement from the Florida State Attorney's Office says both children are expected to make a full recovery. But Allison's daughter had a collapsed lung.
Hale is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday, April 20.
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