LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The family of a woman who died in an apparent road-rage shooting outside her Las Vegas home is organizing a candlelight vigil Tuesday night.
Matthew Meyers, son of 44-year-old Tammy Meyers who was taken off life support Saturday night, said a gathering was planned for 7 p.m. in the parking lot of Walter Johnson Junior High School.
The location is where Tammy Meyers was reportedly teaching her 14-year-old daughter how to drive late Thursday night before police say Meyers nearly collided with another car on their way home. Police say the car followed Meyers home and someone inside fired shots including one which struck the mother of four. The family says Meyers' 23-year-old son fired back before the gray or silver 4-door sedan fled.
The investigation remains ongoing.