Colorado woman shot in face in road-rage incident; teen charged 11/04/2019 11:27 am PST Comments KDVR via KDVR: DENVER (KDVR) -- Karen Escamilla, 20, was involved in a road rage incident in October. She says a 16-year-old pulled out a gun and shot her in the face. The bullet went through her cheek, and got caught in her sinuses. "I'm just grateful that I'm alive,” said Escamilla. Her mouth is wired shut. Some of those wires will have to stay in her mouth for another four months. “My jaw shattered in seven places, so I have to let that heal before I can do any surgeries,” she explained. For now, all of her meals come from a syringe. “I won't be able to eat until May of next year.” A juvenile suspect was arrested and is facing multiple charges, including attempted murder. MORE: Girl shot in face over road rage incident - KDVR #AttemptedMurder #Colorado #Denver #KDVR #RoadRage #Shooting Related Stories Kids, parents sent to hospital after road rage shooting ignites fireworks in car Off-duty cop shoots self during ‘road rage’ incident Alabama woman shoots husband during road rage incident: deputies Mother killed in road rage shooting while teaching her son to drive 3-year-old dead after road rage shooting; man in custody Man charged in road rage shooting that killed girl pleads not guilty Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.