Houston man fighting for his life after being caught in crossfire of random shooting

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HOUSTON - Monday`s tragic random shooting has left Houston shaken up and asking why.

Kevin Chap was one of nine victims that day.

The long road to physical and mental recovery has been a heartbreaking journey for the 32-year-old anesthesiologist.

The husband and father of three, was driving to work Monday morning  when he was caught in the crossfire.

Shot in the neck, the bullet shredded his jugular vein, but he was able to gather enough strength to climb out of the car and be taken to Ben Taub Hospital.

What seemed like a miracle, none of Kevin`s vital organs were punctured and he was recovering well.

That`s when things took a terrible turn when doctors found his arteries were hemorrhaging and he was losing a lot of blood.

Kevin said his pain is currently at a 9 out of 10, according to his friend Ryan Nguyen

This latest set back has made his medical bills climb, so friends and family have set up a gofundme account to provide relief.

Donations have been flooding in to reach their goal of $75,000. Hopefully, he will make a full recovery.

A high price to pay for being in the wrong place at the wrong time.