Two workers said they were on Interstate 77 when a driver pulled a gun on them.
Phil Wallace and his co-worker just wanted to get home.
They wrapped up a job in an apartment building Uptown. They were in a company truck, heading back to their shop for the day. They were on I-77, when Wallace said they got stuck behind a driver going 45 mph on the highway.
Wallace said he tapped his horn and switched lanes. The next thing he knew, he said, the driver pulled up next to them and pointed a silver .22-caliber gun at them.
When he was asked if he ever had a gun pointed at him before, Wallace said, "Yeah, one time before in a bad neighborhood. I try not to make a habit of it."
He hit the brakes and caught the driver's tag number as he faded into the distance. Police haven't made any arrests in the case.