Gun, wallet reported stolen from Fort Wayne vehicles
A man who said he left a gun in an unlocked vehicle told police that he found the weapon missing Sunday. The man told Fort Wayne Police that Saturday he put his handgun in a vehicle parked in the rear of his home in the 1000 block of Lower Huntington ...en meer »
- Irish Times
Gardai trying to determine if Dublin gun death was self-inflicted
Gardai are trying to determine if a man found shot dead in Dublin died of a self-inflicted wound. However, the inquiry has been frustrated by the fact no firearm was found at the property when gardai arrive. One theory being explored is that the gun ...
Gardaí have yet to recover the gun used in fatal shooting of manIrish Independentalle 36 nieuwsartikelen »
Builder accidentally fires nail gun into his own penis and gives himself an eye ...
Warning: graphic images. The brave man was even going to pull the nail out himself. Share; Comments. ByNicola OakleyLiam Geraghty. 12:26, 21 FEB 2017; Updated 12:32, 21 FEB 2017. News. Ready? Scroll down to see where the nail hit him (Photo: ...
Builder shoots himself in the crotch with hydraulic nail gunMetro
GRAPHIC PICS: Bungling builder fires nail gun at his PENIS – doesn
Builder shoots himself in the crotch with hydraulic nail gun
This builder is extremely lucky to be alive after accidentally shooting himself in the crotch with a hydraulic nail gun. Sam Rees, 22, mistimed firing the gun and a three and a half inch-long nail pierced his groin millimetres from a major artery – not ...
GRAPHIC PICS: Bungling builder fires nail gun at his PENIS – doesn't go wellDaily Star
Builder accidentally fires nail gun into his own penis and gives himse
- Miami Herald
His laptop took a bullet for him. Now shooting survivor is gun-control advocate.
Steve Frappier was one of the lucky ones in baggage claim at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Jan. 6. As a gunman abruptly opened fire that afternoon, killing five and wounding six, Frappier escaped injury when a bullet miraculously ...
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