ND kills Truck driver

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    Unhappy ND kills Truck driver

    Definitely not Humor, but I wasn't sure if it fit in any other section:

    http://www.kpho.com/news/14134917/detail.html

    Freak Shooting Kills Tow Truck Driver

    POSTED: 2:20 pm PDT September 17, 2007
    UPDATED: 9:56 pm PDT September 17, 2007
    Can we say MAJOR ND. I wouldn't want to have to live with that one. Just goes to show you ...DON'T BECOME COMPLACENT. CHECK CHECK CHECK and FOLLOW THE RULES.
    "My God David, We're a Civilized society."

    "Sure, As long as the machines are workin' and you can call 911. But you take those things away, you throw people in the dark, and you scare the **** out of them; no more rules...You'll see how primitive they can get."
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    Cool

    Freak Shooting Kills Tow Truck Driver
    A tow truck driver transporting a vehicle was shot and killed by a man cleaning his rifle inside his home, investigators said.
    Homicide detectives said they are investigating the incident to see if any negligence is involved.


    Boy, I wonder how long that investigation is going to take?
    I hope they have their top investigators on this one because it seems like a tuffy.



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    some accidents can never be set right, never taken back.
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    Fundamentals somebody always forgets. Unfortunatly he now lives with the mistake he made.

    1. Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.

    2. Never point a firearm at anything or anyone you are not willing to destroy or kill.

    3. Keep your finger off the trigger, and outside of the trigger-guard, until your sights are on the intended target and you are ready to fire.

    4. Know your target, what the projectile (ammunition) can do, what's between you and your target, and what is beyond.
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    At least the gun owner was man enough to both try and help the victim and to stop the run away tow truck. I know that shouldn't surprise me, but in the day and age of hit and run drivers dragging a body for miles, and the decline of personal responsibility... I am.

    It sucks, the guns owners negligence resulted in death, I don't know how he can ever make that right, but by his actions on that day, I believe he will spend the rest of his life trying to do so.
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    Involuntary manslaughter, criminal negligence, discharge of a firearm within city limits...

    A sad story for sure.

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    Man...talk about being in exactly the wrong place at the wrong time.
    One minute the guy is out doing his job and an instant later he is stone cold dead.
    Firearm ownership is a serious responsibility - good reminder posted above.
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    How about having a charge of "stupidity"

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    he didn't know the gun was loaded? did he not check because he like surprises?
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