RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The victim in a case of road rage on the Powhite Parkway has died.
The crash beneath the Douglasdale Road Bridge nearly two weeks ago has left many unanswered questions.
A makeshift memorial now sits at the site of the road rage crash. It caused outrage when it happened and more so now after the victim died. Yellow flowers on the Powhite guardrail.
One of several reminders of a horrific crash underneath the Douglasdale Bridge.
Richmond police identified the driver of this mangled Honda as 24-year-old Chris Lee Fisher.
He died Sunday, 10 days after a case of road rage.
The other driver, in a red Ford pickup with North Carolina plates, hasn't been arrested.
Investigators have had his license plate number since the day of the crash from a toll booth camera snapshot. That has angered many of our viewers.
Within an hour of this Facebook post about the victim's death, three dozen people left comments.
Amy Romero said "I don't understand how they haven't caught the other driver yet? They have the license plate #!"
Toni Moracco posted "This makes me sad, all over a little road rage, it wasn't worth it."
Richmond police will not comment further and referred us to the Commonwealth's attorneys office.
If you have information that can help Richmond investigators, call Crime Stoppers at 780-1000.
Police said Fisher's family has asked to be left alone.