REPORT: Model, 28, mysteriously shot in the neck while driving through Atlanta
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A young model is fighting for her life after being mysteriously shot in the neck while driving in Georgia.
Kelsey Quayle, 28, was placed on life support after being targeted Monday morning in Clayton County.
The article goes on to state the following:
She drove into oncoming traffic and caused a three-car pile up after being shot at the wheel of her Mazda 626, police said.
As to why she was shot, police and family say it could have been a road rage incident or she got caught in cross fire. The family says they want answers.
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