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Five shots were fired into a man's car Monday night following a confrontation near 29th and O streets between him and another driver, a Lincoln police spokeswoman said.

At about 9:30 p.m., the 39-year-old was driving when a silver car pulled up alongside his car, and a passenger started yelling at him, Officer Angela Sands said Tuesday.

He parked his car and approached the silver car, then a passenger showed a gun, Sands said.

So the man returned to his car and began driving to a nearby gas station before he heard five shots.

He got out of his car and ran into an alley, and later he discovered five bullet holes in the front of his car, he told police.

The other car was described as a silver four-door car. The driver was a woman, and her two passengers were men.

Police didn't have a more detailed description Tuesday.

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Riley Johnson reports on breaking news and public safety issues in Lincoln and southeast Nebraska.

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