Man dies after being shot while driving on I-90 near Dead Man's Curve

Posted at 6:21 PM, Nov 25, 2016

A man died after being shot from another vehicle while driving on Intersate 90 near Dead Man's Curve. His car careened off the highway and over Marginal Road before crashing through a fence at Burke Lakefront Airport.

Police briefly shut down the westbound lanes of I-90 near the SR 2 exit after the crash.

The car barreled through the grass margin before crashing through once fence of Burke Lakefront Airport on Marginal Road, according to authorities.

The man and his passenger were driving on I-90 when another vehicle pulled along side them and opened fire. After the driver was hit his car veered off the road, striking a utility pole and crashing through the fence at the airport, according to Cleveland Police Sergeant Jennifer Ciaccia.

Jamel Grene, the 24-year-old driver, was shot in the chest and transported to MetroHealth Medical Center where police say he was pronounced dead. His 26-year-old passenger was also take to the hospital but sustained no injuries and was able to leave after speaking with investigators.

No arrests have been made, and police are investigating the incident as a homicide.