Colo. School Employee Accidentally Shoots Student
AURORA, Colo. – A Rangeview High School employee accidentally shot a student he was driving home on Monday afternoon.
The employee also works a second job as an armed security officer. As he was putting his gun into his vehicle’s glove box, the gun went off, hitting the student in the leg, reports TheDenverChannel.com. The man then drove the student to the hospital. The leg injury is being described as “significant.”
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