Geary County deputies investigate after shooting in possible road rage incident

The Manhattan Mercury, Kan.
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Feb. 22—The Geary County Sheriff's Office is investigating a possible road rage incident that resulted in a man shooting a woman Sunday.

Emergency officials transported Tina Borawski to Ascension Via Christi Hospital for treatment of a single gunshot wound; she was the only person in her vehicle. Officials deemed her injury as non-life threatening.

Deputies responded to the incident at 11:32 a.m. to I-70 near mile marker 311.

The sheriff's office provided a description of the man involved in the incident: A white man between 25 and 37 years old, possibly with a goatee, and shaggy strawberry blonde hair that appeared to be un-kempt. He was driving a four-door white vehicle.

If you have any information, call the Sheriff's Office at 785-238-2261 or dispatch at 785-762-5912.