DURHAM, N.C. (WNCN) – 911 calls made following a road rage shooting on 15-501 in Durham last week reveal details of the incident.

Durham police have not released many details on the shooting other than saying it occurred just before 4 p.m. between Cornwallis Road and the Durham-Chapel Hill Boulevard split on April 21.

Authorities said one man had been shot and taken to the hospital with serious injuries, and one of the recordings shows it. The call from a person calling 911 came in at 3:55 p.m. saying they had been shot.

“I’ve been shot. I’m on the highway. Oh my God, I’m paralyzed I think,” the caller said. “I’m gonna die. Dude, I’m gonna die.”

Family and friends told CBS 17 the shooting victim is Chris Stinnett, who is still in the hospital. 

The caller said he was driving toward Chapel Hill on 15-501 when the suspect “almost hit him” before firing shots.

Stinnett told the 911 operator the suspect was driving a black SUV and exited the highway near the location of the shooting. 

“I just heard gunshots. I was looking straight ahead and I heard gunshots. He fired three or four and I felt a sting in my back and I can’t move my legs,” Stinnett said. “I can’t stop my car. I’m just coasting.”

Toward the end of the recording, Stinnett said he could begin to feel his legs again.

CBS 17 spoke with Stinnett’s family on Wednesday and they sent a video that shows Stinnett is up and walking around with a walker. While he has a long road ahead of him, his family said they are thankful he is going to be ok. 

Meanwhile, a second 911 caller said they believe a stray bullet from the shooting hit their business. 

“I have a very suspicious crack in my office window,” the caller said. 

Durham police told CBS 17 that the business, Divers Alert Network, that is located right off of 15-501 on Colony Place is the location that appeared to have been struck. 

Durham police confirmed to CBS 17 that the suspect vehicle in this shooting is a black or dark-colored SUV, possibly a Ford Explorer, driven by a male.

Police are still searching for the suspect. If you have any information, you are asked to call Investigator Jorgenson at 919-560-4440 x 29391 or CrimeStoppers at 919-683-1200. 

CBS 17 has reported on at least three road rage incidents in Durham County in the last two weeks that have left a total of four people wounded and one person dead.  

Durham police said none of the road rage incidents that have occurred in the city limits appear to be related. 

On Friday afternoon, Stinnett’s ex-wife notified CBS 17 that he has been released from the hospital and is walking. However, he will take an indefinite leave of absence from work in order to recover.