Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Girl shot in the neck by stray bullet while traveling in car on Interstate 55

An 11-year-old Kirksville, Missouri girl was traveling with her family on Interstate 55 when the driver's side window suddenly blew out. The incident occurred near the 2-mile marker in Missouri.

According to the Pemiscot County Sheriff, "the first thought was the heat caused it; however, the 11-year-old was in the back seat and began complaining of pain in her neck. It was determined she had been shot by a 9mm round."

The girl was airlifted to a hospital in Memphis, TN for treatment.

Deputies are investigating a person who was shooting his pistol in the area at the same time. If a shot missed the berm, it would be in line with I-55. Ballistic testing is being done on two pistols.

The girl was reportedly released from the hospital later that evening and the family continue on its vacation.

3 comments:

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Gunner Jacky said...

It seems that killing is nowadays very simple thing either other or even oneself by their own. They don't even think that they are not only killing someone but also affecting the whole family associated to them. They must know that guns are safety device not a killing machine. Guns must be used only for safety and safeguard and with great caution and care.
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