Play with politeness.
A 6-year-old child is expected to recover after accidentally shooting himself Thursday morning.
The child was playing with a firearm in a Lawrence residence in the 500 block of Wisconsin Street, when the weapon discharged, shooting him in the foot at 7:45 a.m.
The gunnularity continues to draw nigh: Yet another gun “discharges” itself all on its ownsome . . . .
Is politeness your bag?
A 34-year-old woman was injured Sunday in an accidental shooting in an unincorporated area of Everett, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
The shooting occurred at about 10:30 p.m. in the 12100 block of Andrew Sater Road, the office said in a news release. Deputies arrived at the scene to find a woman, whose name has not been released, with an apparent gunshot wound to the stomach.
Witnesses told investigators a man visiting the property had a gun of unknown type in a bag, and the gun discharged when he set the bag down.
According to the story, the man beat feet.
Politeness is a snap(chat).
Regina Powell told deputies Monday she accidentally shot her right hand with her uncle’s gun while trying to Snapchat video on her cellphone.
She said while taking the videos in the garage, she pulled the trigger on the firearm, and accidentally shot her cellphone and right hand.
No selfie awareness whatsoever.
Some ammosexuals just cannot control themselves, even if, as the Beatles remind us, “Happiness is a warm gun.”
There was a brief panic Wednesday when a gun accidentally went off inside a men’s bathroom in Old Faithful Lodge.
Premature discharge aside, no one in the bathroom was injured, and officials believe the gun went off by accident, citing statements from multiple witnesses—with at least one present in the bathroom when the shot went off.
According to Park rangers, the gun owner has not been identified. Presumably, he fled the bathroom shortly after the incident.
The stupid. It burns.
Politeness takes practice.
Police say a 21-year-old man accidentally shot and killed himself at a gun range in Philadelphia’s Spring Garden section.
Police say the man was cleaning his gun when he accidentally shot himself once in the chest.
Buckle up for safety, always buckle up.
Investigations determined that as Huldack was getting out of his vehicle, his holstered gun on his hip fired one round.
They say Huldack’s seatbelt apparently struck his gun, causing the weapon to discharge.
When is someone going to hold guns responsible for turning on their ammosexuals? Or, for that matter, for turning on their ammosexuals?
More polite play:
Investigators say they don’t plan any charges after a 12-year-old boy was accidentally shot and killed by an 11-year-old playmate.
Florence County deputies said in a news release that a 7-year-old boy was also in the house in Coward, and all three were being watched by a 15-year-old baby sitter when the shooting happened Tuesday afternoon.
Just another day in NRA Paradise . . . .
It is unwise to toy with politeness.
Authorities say a 12-year-old boy has died after being accidentally shot at a Florence County home.
Deputies told media outlets a second child was wounded, but is expected to survive.
Authorities said the shooting happened Wednesday afternoon in Coward as the three boys were playing with the weapon. Investigators did not release the type of gun or whether any adults were in the home when the shooting happened.
Just another day in NRA paradise.