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Search Result: Accidental Shootings

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N.J. Cop Accidentally Shoots Self While Apprehending Suspect

January 27, 2012
A Jersey City (N.J.) Police officer accidentally shot himself during a fugitive apprehension in Elizabeth Thursday night. He was shot in the abdomen.

Firearm Safety for the Home Front

October 22, 2010
Whether you have a safe and secure place, utilize gun locks, safe boxes or hidden compartments, you must have the family meeting. You need to tell each and every dweller with you the rules and allow no compromise.

Stumbling Cop Who Shot Suspect Won't Be Charged

October 15, 2009
A San Mateo, Calif., police officer won't be charged for shooting and wounding a suspect in August, partly because his gun went off by accident when he tripped on a curb, authorities said Wednesday.

Little Girl Accidentally Shot by Iowa Deputy's Shotgun

August 4, 2009
A 3-year-old girl suffered minor injuries Sunday after a young boy allegedly fired a shotgun mounted in a Polk County sheriff's deputy's car on display in a Des Moines park.

Albuquerque Officer Killed in Home Shotgun Accident

September 26, 2008
Lt. Todd Parkins, 38, was killed Wednesday when his shotgun accidentally went off inside his Cedar Crest home. He was standing near his wife and one of his sons when the gun went off.

Safe at Home

July 1, 2002

“Bang, bang, Daddy,” the little voice says, with a wide smile on his face. His fingers aren’t long enough to reach the trigger, but your gut wrenches into your throat, as you duck, reach out for the gun, and softly say, “No, son, put it down.”

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