A 33-year-old Georgia woman was home alone when she went to get something from a cabinet in her bedroom. She reached into her cabinet and her .22-caliber revolver fell out, hit the nightstand by her bed, and fired a round that hit her in the lower back. The woman remains hospitalized, in stable condition.
"She was very lucky," said the local police, "The .22 caliber is probably one of the most dangerous guns to get shot with, because the bullet goes everywhere once inside the body. It just rolls and tumbles when it hits."