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YULEE, Fla. -- Rebecca Schadowsky fielded so many calls on Thursday without any sleep the night before, after learning her husband, Tom, was fatally shot on Dunn Avenue in what the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office describes as a case ofpossibleroad rage.

Schadowsky's truck and trailer ran off Dunn Avenue last night near Interstate 295after he was shot. The Yulee man was on his way home after spendinga long day in Jacksonville rehabbing a house.

"I never thought would be a widow at 41. I never thought he would go before me. I alwaysknew would take care of me forever," said Rebecca Schadowsky from her home.

Forever for Rebecca endedWednesday when police got the call of gunfire onDunn Avenue shortly before8 p.m.

Sgt. Jay Farhat said investigators are working all leads, including that Schadowsky andanother man may have exchanged words. Customers at the Gate gas station on Dunn were being interviewed on what they heard or saw.

Schadowsky said she got worried last night when her husbanddid not answer his phone. She said he always kept her updated so shedid not worry.

Wednesday night, afterlearning of the shooting on the latenews and with reports saying a man in a pickuppulling a trailer had been killed, Schadowsky realized that was likely her husband.

"If you lose somebody that you love as much as I loved myhusband, which was more than I can describe in words, then you would do everything in your power to findwho took him from you," said Schadowsky.

JSO said it wants to talk the driver of a burnt orange ChevroletAvalanche or Cadillac Escalade EXT with a FAMU license tag.

Anyone with information can call JSO at (904) 630-0500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS.

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