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New information on Jeffersonville road rage incident

We're hearing a new version now of what happened during a road rage incident in Jeffersonville that left one man critically injured.

The man who was shot June 17th outside a Jeffersonville gas station spoke to police Monday morning after getting out of the hospital this past weekend.  

52-year-old Wesley Mosier's attorney spoke afterwards:  "The window was partially rolled down and she told him that today was his lucky day.  He asked what she meant, and she said, 'I'm going to kill you.'  That is his statement, that will be his statement to the grandy jury.  The Jeffersonville Police have asked Mr. Mosier to make no more public comment until he has had his opportunity to testify."

A special grand jury will investigate this incident.  Yalanda Parrish, who shot Mosier, has not been charged in this incident.  She claims self-defense, saying that she and Mosier were involved in a road rage incident.  She says when he approached her vehicle, she fired.

Jeffersonville Police, along with Indiana State Police, are trying to revoke her gun license.

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