A woman who shot at cars during the solar eclipse said that God made her do it. The alleged shooter, Taylon Nichelle Celestine, 22, from Georgia, fired at random vehicles as she drove down a Florida highway.

Before the incident, she had reportedly told staff at a local hotel that she was going on a shooting spree, directed by God, as she checked out. She also allegedly informed them that it was in relation to the solar eclipse.

Traveling westbound, the suspect entered Interstate 10 (I-10) at mile marker 112 in a purple Dodge Challenger with Georgia plates. Less than five miles into the interstate, the suspect opened fire on a passing car, hitting it multiple times.


Glass shards hit the driver from the window, and a bullet grazed his arm, but he managed to guide his car to the side of the road, out of harm’s way from the suspect.

Continuing west, the suspect then fired shots at a different vehicle near mile marker 107, resulting in the driver being hit in the neck. According to WXTL, the injured individual was taken to a nearby hospital, where he is continuing to receive treatment.