A Flagstaff, Arizona man was returning from picking up his handgun at a gun store where it was being repaired. While driving he noticed that the .45-caliber handgun was cocked. He picked up the gun to try to uncock the firearm and unintentionally discharged the weapon.
The bullet hit him in the foot. He decided to try and continue driving to the hospital but blacked out from the blood loss. His car crashed into a tree in front of a local hospice home.
Paramedics had to cut down the tree in order to remove him from the car. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.
The incident is still under investigation and no charges have been filed.