MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) – One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting on I-675 in Washington Township Tuesday morning.

According to Captain Mike Brem with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, two cars were traveling north on I-675 when a road rage incident broke out between them just after 8:30 a.m.

The sheriff’s office said the incident happened between a person in a silver sedan and the 23-year-old driver of a gray Scion Tc.

“Someone shot us on the highway,” a woman passenger in the Scion said in a 911 call. “You can see where the bullet went through the car, the bullet’s in the seat on the driver’s side.”

The driver of the Scion pointed a pellet gun at the sedan, who then shot towards the Scion, striking the driver in the leg. The shooting victim was hit in the leg and pulled off of the highway to seek medical help, which is where police found him. He was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

“Right now we think it’s a random road rage incident that the two cars didn’t know each other, but like I said, we’re still looking into that right now,” Brem said.

Investigators found a 45 caliber casing on the side of the highway that matched witness descriptions.

Brem said details on the driver of the sedan are limited, as it continued northbound after the shot was fired.

“All we know on the suspect vehicle is that it’s a silver, smaller car,” Brem said. “We don’t have anything more on the suspect vehicle at this time.”

The sheriff’s office is now asking drivers to use caution and report any reckless driving they see to 911.

“Maybe that person’s having a medical condition, maybe they’re upset for whatever reason, but if we’re involved, we can pull them over and stop them, find out what’s going on, and hopefully stop something from happening like what happened today,” Brem said.

Traffic was blocked at State Route 725 on Northbound I-675 for around 30 minutes while police investigated, however, it has since reopened.

Police said that if anyone has information, call the Regional Dispatch line at (937) 225-HELP.

2 NEWS is working to learn more and will update this story as more information is available.