Road Rage Victim Called For Help to No Avail

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It's everyone's worst nightmare.

Road rage murder victim Timothy Davison was chased by someone for over 15 miles in the early hours of Jan. 4, run off the highway by his assailant, was shot multiple times and left to die on the side of the road.

The 28-year-old victim called 911 multiple times before his killer finally ran him off the road and fatally shot him.

Help never arrived.

While the contents of the 911 calls have not been released, Pennsylvania State Police Captain Steven Junkin said that Davison placed at least two separate emergency calls as the he was being chased by his would be killer.

"This actor had murderous intent," Junkin said. "We obviously have an individual who was so incensed that he continued to pursue Mr. Davison."

"He was on 911 for the majority of this incident and we are reviewing the tapes to try and see if we can get any information to help us find out what happened," said State Trooper Robert Hicks.

Davison was on his way home to Poland, Maine around 2 a.m. from a holiday visit with relatives in Florida on Interstate 81 when he was run off the road, shot multiple times and killed in Antrim Township.

There is no indication that Davison did anything to provoke the attack.

Police are looking for a black or darkly colored Ford Ranger XLT pickup which may have some recent damage from ramming Davison’s car.

Davison worked for his father, Timothy Davison Sr., at the family's construction business.

Davison Sr. learned of his son's death when police came to his door to inform him of the incident.

"I can't begin to tell you what it's like to hear that," he said. "It's not right."

"He cared for everyone around him," he said. "He was a rugged kid, extremely sensitive."

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