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Monday, October 17, 2022

2 fathers, Frank Allison and William Hale, shoot each other's daughters during Florida road rage incident

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it 2 fathers shoot each other's daughters during Florida road rage incident. (Read More Here).

Two fathers are accused of shooting each other's young daughters during an apparent road rage incident in Florida.

William Hale, 36, and Frank Allison, 43, are both facing attempted murder charges for the incident that unfolded near Jacksonville on Oct. 8, the Nassau County Sheriff's Office said.

According to an arrest report, Hale and Allison were riding in separate vehicles with their families when they had a driving dispute. Witnesses told deputies that the two men were "brake checking each other" and appeared to be in a "cat and mouse" game while driving erratically on US Highway 1. 

Deputies said they spoke to Hale, who was driving a black Dodge Ram. They said Hale told them he was involved in a road rage incident with a Nissan Murano, driven by Allison. 

The report states that Hale and his family were driving back to Georgia from Jacksonville when Allison reportedly attempted to run him off the road. Someone in Allison's vehicle began flipping off Hale and then someone in Hale's truck threw a water bottle into Allison's vehicle, the report stated.

Both drivers then found a law enforcement officer who was parked on the side of the road and pulled over. During a news conference, Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper said that when both men got out of their vehicles, they began fighting and a deputy had to break them up. Both men were arrested.

"There could've been two dead kids cause of two stupid grown men," Sheriff Leeper said.

In the press conference, Sheriff Leeper told reporters how the situation turned violent.

According to Leeper, Hale was driving a black Dodge Ram when he pulled up alongside Allison's gray Nissan Murano. Hale yelled at Allison to pull over.

Leeper says that a passenger in Allison's Nissan made on obscene gesture at Hale. Someone in Hale's vehicle then threw a plastic water bottle into Allison's vehicle.

Then, according to Leeper, Allison grabbed his Sig Saur 45mm handgun and fired one shot at Hale's truck before speeding away, Leeper said. The bullet struck Hale's 5-year-old daughter in the leg.

When Hale realized that his daughter had been shot, he allegedly pursued Allison's truck and fired several bullets from his Glock 43 9mm handgun. One of the bullets hit Allison's 14-year-old daughter in the back, collapsing her lung.

Leeper says that both men continued speeding along when they saw a Sheriff's vehicle on the side of the road. They pulled over and began fist fighting until a deputy split them up.

Both children were rushed to the hospital. They are both expected to survive their injuries.

PEOPLE confirms that both men have been charged with second-degree attempted murder. They were each booked on $150,000 bond and have both been released. They have not yet entered a plea, and court records do not reflect attorneys authorized to speak on their behalf.

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