A man sitting in his backyard in Sequim, Washington was injured when a bullet came at a steep downward angle and shot him in his nose, entering the top right of his nose and traveling down to the bottom left side. He was taken to a local hospital where he was treated and released.
The sheriff believes the bullet was fired by a woman and two men shooting clay pigeons in a field about half a mile from where the man was shot.
"It appears they didn't know (someone had been shot)," said the sheriff, "It is so important that people check their backstop when shooting and not try and shoot over it. Bullets will go amazingly far."