ATLANTA - A driver was shot late Tuesday night at an intersection on Glen Iris Drive in northeast Atlanta, police said. The victim drove himself to Atlanta Medical Center for treatment, and is expected to survive.
Police said that just before midnight, 33-year-old Martin Marks pulled up to the intersection of Glen Iris Drive and Dallas Road. Officers tell FOX 5 another car was already at the stop sign in front of Marks' car. A passenger got out of the first vehicle and leaned over the victim's hood. The gunman then put the weapon to the windshield and pulled the trigger, shooting Marks in the face. The shooter ran back to the front car, which left the scene.
Marks managed to drive almost two miles to Atlanta Medical Center. When he arrived at the hospital, the bullet was still in his jaw. Marks underwent surgery early Wednesday morning, and is expected to survive. Detectives have yet to question him about what happened.
The shooting was captured by a nearby resident's video surveillance system. No arrests have been made, and investigators aren't releasing either a suspect or get away car description.