A woman was hospitalized early Monday morning with a gunshot wound to the face after someone in a passing car opened fire at her, police say.
According to the Fort Worth Police Department, officers responded to 820 North Beach Street, the 7-Eleven convenience store and gas station, shortly before 4 a.m.
"Everybody was just looking at me like -- I don't know if they were scared or in shock or what," the victim said.
The victim spoke to NBC 5 on the condition she not be identified.
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When officers arrived, they located a woman suffering from a gunshot wound to the face, police said.
According to police, the incident began when the victim was traveling westbound in the 4000 block of King's Oak Lane in her vehicle.
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Police said an approaching vehicle had its high beam headlamps illuminated, and the victim briefly illuminated her own high beams to indicate to the approaching driver to dim their lights.
"And I flashed him," the victim said. "I blinked him to turn the lights down because I couldn't see."
"The next think I know is just some pain in my head on the side of my face," she said.
As the other vehicle was passing the victim, she was struck by a single projectile fired from a weapon, police said.
According to police, there are no suspects in custody at this time and the incident is still under investigation.
NBC 5's Scott Gordon contributed to this report.