On Friday, a man with road rage killed a New York father of four on the Cross Bronx Motorway.
The body of Fausto Garcia Rodriguez, who was 40 years old, was found near where the crash happened on the southbound side of the motorway.
The New York Daily News says that before he was killed, Fausto worked at an auto body shop during the day and then went out to dinner with his mother and lover.
“I’m glad you gave me another day. It was a wonderful day. “Today was perfect,” he wrote on his WhatsApp Story hours before he was killed, the news source said.
Police say the man was in a car crash there that didn’t hurt anyone, but the driver of the other car got out and ran away. He came back a short time later in a grey Toyota Rav4 with another man.
Police say that there was an argument that turned into a shooting that hurt the 40-year-old. The Toyota drove away, but it was later found nearby without anyone in it.
The man was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, where he was declared dead.
Friends and family said that Rodriguez had closed the car shop on Friday night. They say that before the crash, Rodriguez had dinner with his mother.
Outside the car shop, a memorial has been set up for Rodriguez. His friends say that he was one of the nicest and hardest-working people they knew.
His loved ones said he was a single dad to three kids and has a fourth grown child in the Dominican Republic.
So far, no one has been caught.