Police: It’s safe to drive on I-75 following deadly shooting

Victim identified as Rashann Hose

Police investigating fatal shooting along I-75

CINCINNATI, Ohio (FOX19) - Cincinnati police say a fatal shooting on southbound I-75 Monday night was not random.

Officers responded to I-75 between Hopple and Harrison shortly before 10 p.m. to investigate a shooting.

The victim, a passenger in the car, was taken by car to Good Samaritan Hospital.

Police say Rashann Hose, 20, died of his injuries as a result of the shooting.

Lt. Steve Saunders says the shooting was not random and it’s safe to drive on I-75.

“We want to reassure people there’s no indication there’s a threat to anyone’s safety on the highway,” Saunders said.

Police are working to find the shooter and investigating where the shots were fired from. Police say it’s not clear if they were fired from another car.

“Last night, we effectively shut down the highway. Canvassing the area for any evidence of the shooting, looking for shell casings and trying to pull together what happened.” said Lt. Steve Saunders.

Officers say the driver of the car is talking with them.

If you saw anything around 10 p.m. on I-75, police ask you to call Crimestoppers at (513) 352-3040

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