Steven Tinsley, 29, is lucky to be standing and lucky to be alive.
Sunday night he found himself in the middle of a crime scene, complete with police and yellow tape.
"It was like something out of a movie," he says.
According to Tinsley, after he pulled onto College Avenue in Fayetteville off of Zion Road, the driver behind him began tailgating his car.
"Just out of nowhere he bumped into the side of my car with his car," he says.
As he continued to drive north on College, the other vehicle sideswiped him again.
Scared, Tinsley says he pulled over into a parking lot, where the other car t-boned him on the driver's side.
"I looked up and he was standing outside his car door and I saw a gun and I threw myself over the console."
Then he heard gunshots.
"I knew I'd been hit," he says.
Shot twice in the leg, Tinsley chased the other car as it sped away, trying to get the license plate number.
Although it usually doesn't end in a shooting, Springdale police say road rage is something that happens a lot.
"We usually get the people stopped, we'll stop both sides and of course the stories are never the same," says Lt. Kevin Lewis.
Investigators are still waiting to hear the other side of this story.
The man who shot Tinsley is still on the run.
"If he would've come around his car door and started walking up to my car shooting, I probably wouldn't be here today."
Tinsley hopes police can track down the person who put two bullets in his leg.
"If he was to do that just over traffic, there's no telling what he might do to somebody that really did something."
Police say they are looking for a Hispanic man in his mid 30's driving a white sports car with front end damage.
If you have any information, contact the Springdale Police Department.
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