SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A man who died after an assailant shot him and another man as the pair drove on U.S. Highway 101 in San Francisco last week has been identified as 30-year-old Bryan Kelley, the city’s Medical Examiner’s Office said.

Just before 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 21, Kelley, a San Francisco resident, was driving on the highway’s southbound lanes near Cesar Chavez Street when a shooter in another vehicle shot Kelley and Kelley’s 28-year-old brother, who was in the passenger seat, according to the California Highway Patrol.

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The shooting caused Kelley to crash the vehicle. He suffered gunshot wounds to his abdomen and lower body, while his brother suffered a gunshot wound to his lower body, the CHP said.

Both were taken to the hospital and Kelley died from his injuries.

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Video on the scene showed the Cesar Chavez exit off southbound 101 covered with debris. The bullet-riddled black sedan had crashed into high impact barrels before slamming to a stop on the exit.

Investigators finally reopened all lanes on the busy freeway at around 2 a.m., unraveling a massive backup that began building shortly after the shooting.

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The CHP continues to investigate the shooting. Investigators are asking anyone with information to call the CHP’s tip line at (707) 917-4491.