The driver of a car at which shots were fired early Friday describes what happened after the gunman's vehicle pulled alongside his on the 170 Freeway.
Gunfire from a vehicle "just missed" the driver of another car Friday morning as he was traveling on the 170 Freeway near Burbank Boulevard.
The rounds struck the car's windshield and rear window, but the driver was not injured. Three rounds struck the vehicle, police said.
"I noticed the car pull up next to me," said driver Peter Deng. "I heard some louds pops. I noticed my back windshield was cracked, then the front one was hit."
One of the bullets appeared to ricochet inside the his car, Deng said.
"It kind of shook me up," said Deng. "I pulled off and called 911.
"I didn't notice it but (the police) are saying I have shards of glass still stuck in my back."
The suspect was last seen driving north on the 170 Freeway. The shot appeared to come from the car's back seat, Deng said.
Two bullet holes were in the driver's side rear door of Dang's sedan.
"Another vehicle pulled next to him, and fired several rounds into his vehicle -- just missing his head," said Sgt. Dan Fournier. "The victim was extremely lucky."
Deng had just left work when the shooting occurred just after midnight. He described the attacker's vehicle as a four-door silver sedan.
Anyone with information can call the LAPD's North Hollywood station at 818-623-4016.