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FL: Teen Shot In Forehead In Spearfishing Gun Accident Airlifted To Miami Hospital

June 8, 2012

From HuffingtonPost.com

As first reported by WSVN7, a teenage boy is recovering at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami after a spearfishing gun was reportedly fired accidentally into his forehead.
 
Miami-Dade Police told Local 10 that the victim, 16, and his 15-year-old friend were "playing with a spear-gun" when it discharged and impaled the boy in the head.
 
News footage shows the boy on a stretcher with the long, thin fishing spear sticking out of his forehead. 

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