HENDERSON — Police say a 29-year-old man was shot Wednesday night at the crossing of Garnett Street and Andrews Avenue after having “an encounter with occupants of another vehicle while at the intersection.”

The victim as of Thursday was in stable condition, Police Chief Marcus Barrow said.

Henderson Police Department officers first learned of the incident at 9:08 p.m. on Wednesday, when a 911 call summoned them to the county magistrate’s office on Rose Avenue. There they found the victim, who’d arrived there on foot, and placed him in care of EMS medics who took him to “a local medical facility.”

Officers quickly located the actual crime scene. The victim had been in a black 2018 Infiniti, traveling west on Andrews Avenue. After gunfire erupted, his vehicle collided with a 2005 Toyota passenger car at the intersection of Andrews and Chestnut Street.

The Toyota’s driver, a Domino’s Pizza delivery driver, suffered “non-life-threatening injuries” in the collision and was taken to a medical facility for treatment, police said.

Police didn’t identify the type of the other vehicle involved, but said the investigation is ongoing.

They asked that anyone has more information about this incident, they get in touch through Henderson-Vance Crime Stoppers at 252-492-1925 or the P3 app, call the Police Department directly at 252-438-4141, or contact investigators through Facebook or Instagram.

Contact Ray Gronberg at rgronberg@hendersondispatch.com or by phone at 252-436-2850.

Contact Ray Gronberg at rgronberg@hendersondispatch.com or by phone at 252-436-2850.