Woman shot in road rage incident released from hospital

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A road rage victim is out of the hospital just a few days after being shot in the head (KTRK)

The woman who survived an apparent road rage incident in north Harris County was released from the hospital this afternoon.

Kay Hafford was shot in the head Friday after authorities say she honked at a driver who cut her off on the North Freeway.

The dispute started on the North Freeway near FM 1960. Hafford then was shot near Richey Road. She managed to pull over and get help.

View the latest photos of the victim's vehicle


"At some point, the individual in the white SUV drove up to the right side of her vehicle, at which time one gun shot was fired," said Assistant Chief Mark Herman with the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable's Office.

The driver shot through Hafford's passenger side window, hitting her in the back of the head. Hafford was taken to the hospital where she was treated for her injuries.

Kendrick Hafford, her husband, says she didn't need surgery, but did suffer head trauma.

The search continues for that white SUV and a man wearing a blue baseball cap.

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