[VIDEO] Cleveland Police Search For Clues in Shootout Involving a Corvette Z06 and Dodge Caravan


[VIDEO] Cleveland Police Search For Clues in Shootout Involving a Corvette Z06 and Dodge Caravan

Photo Credit: Mike Vielhaber / Twitter

It was a bad night for white vehicles Monday in Ohio.

Police in Cleveland Heights are trying to piece together a shooting that ended with a crash involving three white vehicles early Monday morning.

An Arctic White C7 Corvette Z06 coupe was badly damaged in the incident, which apparently began with gunshots fired between the Chevy and a white Dodge Caravan, which then crashed into a white Honda Civic in a parking lot outside an apartment building around 2:30 a.m.

The occupants of the Corvette and the Caravan left their vehicles behind, fleeing the scene before lawmen could arrive.

Callers to 911 reported hearing five to 10 gunshots, but police are still trying to determine from which vehicle they were fired.

What is known for sure at this time is that the Corvette suffered major damage, losing its right front fender and enduring extensive damage to the rear bumper.

No arrests have been made in the incident, which happened on Coventry Road near Mayfield Road.

No injuries were reported, but since the vehicles were abandoned, no one really knows for sure if the occupants were hurt.

Perhaps the occupants of the white vehicles felt safer in vehicles of another color, as witnesses reported seeing several men exit the wrecked vehicles and speed away in an SUV and a car, both of which were silver.

Police continue to investigate the incident.

A news photographer for WEWS captured some of the aftermath and shared it on Twitter:


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  1. You would think older Corvettes would be extremely rare, given the hard and short lives so many Corvettes seem to lead!

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