CASTRO VALLEY -- Four men were arrested in connection with a Thursday evening shooting on westbound Interstate 580, an incident that prompted a temporary shutdown of the highway and backed up rush-hour traffic for miles.
The shooting occurred around 5 p.m. Thursday between Highway 238 and the 164th Avenue exit when a man in a silver Chevy took out a gun and started firing at a driver in the next lane.
The incident appears to be related to road rage and left bullet holes in the victim's front windshield, hood and grill and struck a nearby home, according to television station KTVU. No injuries were reported.
CHP investigators shut down a portion of the freeway to conduct the investigation, eventually recovering one stray bullet.
Some time later, the Alameda County Sheriff's deputies pulled over a vehicle, found a stolen gun on the driver and traced the suspects to the earlier incident. The suspects' names have not been released due to the ongoing investigation.
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