By CBS3 Staff

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — A Lancaster County man who lost his wife to a road-rage killing describes the moments leading up to the shooting. Ryan and Julie Eberly were driving down I-95 to Hilton Head last week when someone fired shots into their car in Robeson County, North Carolina.

Julie was killed.

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It happened after their car mistakenly pushed the shooter’s car into the shoulder during a lane change.

Ryan Eberly wants justice and wants people to know how wonderful his wife was.

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“I need, as a husband, to do everything in my physical power to do whatever I can to bring her justice. There’s a lot of numbness, there’s a lot of just raw emotion. She just loved being around her family and friends and sharing our blessings,” he said.

The couple has six children between them.

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There’s a $20,000 reward in the case.