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Phoenix road rage shooting leaves a teen boy dead, man injured

Police said a teen and a man exchanged gunfire after a minor car crash Saturday.

PHOENIX — A teenage boy is dead and a man is in critical condition after the two were in a road rage shooting in the Laveen area in Phoenix, early Saturday morning. 

The Phoenix Police Department said 16-year-old Isaac Gonzales and the man shot at each other after a minor car crash near 43rd Avenue and Vineyard Road around 3:20 a.m.

The man was taken to the hospital and Gonzales was pronounced dead on the scene.

The area will be restricted for some time while officials investigate the incident. 

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