Man taken to mental health facility after shooting at EMS supervisor trying to help with broken down car in Spring, deputies say!

Spring, Texas (KTRK) – A 33-year-old man was taken to a mental hospital after his car broke down and he allegedly started shooting a paramedic supervisor who stopped to help Tuesday morning in the spring, officials said.

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Harris County Sheriff’s Office deputies said that at about 4 a.m., an EMS supervisor heading to work happened to be driven by a man and his broken-down car on Spring Cypress Road.

Representatives said the supervisor stopped and asked if the man needed help, but got angry.

According to the HCSO, other people reportedly called 911 claiming the man had crashed and is chasing cars.

Representatives said there was a relationship between the two that was not appropriate for Musharraf.

He got back to his car, called the officers, and returned his car to help protect the man from being hit in his car.

Investigators say the shooting began as soon as the supervisor returned to his car.

Representatives said the man shot the paramedic six times, hitting only the bumper and tire of his car.

Authorities said an ambulance and Harris County deputies arrived moments later.

It was then that the man complied, put down his gun and calmly agreed to go to the hospital.

Lawmakers said the man was taken to hospital and receiving medical care, but that he has not been formally charged due to his mental condition.

The HCSO said the 33-year-old is expected to be charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Representatives said no one was injured in the shooting.

Harris County Representatives said all emergency personnel were given the option to wear bulletproof vests, which they did.

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