Woman shot and killed in road rage incident in Austin, police said. Two suspects arrested.

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Source: Austin Police Department

Sep. 9 2021, Published 3:42 p.m. ET

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A woman was shot and killed during a road rage incident in Austin, Texas, and police say they have arrested two suspects.

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On Saturday, Sept. 4, Austin 911 dispatchers received a call from a woman who was reporting that a silver Dodge Charger was following her and engaging in “road rage” type behavior, according to Austin police

The woman reported that the person in the Charger was pointing a gun at her, according to police

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She continued to report to 911 that the Charger hot her vehicle, and shortly thereafter, she said that the person in the Charger shot her, according to Austin police.

The caller, Cornelia Lynn Moore, 27, gave her location but became unresponsive before police arrived, according to authorities.

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Responding police officers located her vehicle and found Moore in the driver’s seat with a single gunshot wound. Officers attempted lifesaving measures, but Moore was pronounced dead at the scene, police say.

On Sept. 5, the Travis County Medical Examiner’s office conducted an autopsy and ruled the cause of death as a gunshot wound and the manner of death as a homicide.

Homicide detectives were able to identify the people in the Dodge Charger as Tony McCollough, 30, and Raffinee McCorkle, 32.

Both suspects have been charged with murder.

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