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Man Kills Self In Front of Deputy At Truck Wreck

February 08, 2011  | 

A Charleston County (S.C.) Sheriff's deputy responding to a truck accident watched a man fatally shoot himself, as he sat in a truck bed, reports The Post and Courier.

After approaching the man, the deputy noticed blood on him and asked to see the man's hands. When the man didn't immediately respond, the deputy took cover behind his patrol car and demanded to see the man's hands. The suspect pulled out the gun and shot himself in the chest.

Read the full story at Postand Courier.com.


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