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Gun Policy News, 4 November 2008


4 November 2008

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

FORT WORTH — Kerry "Jill" King had just finished breakfast Sunday when, she said, what felt like a bolt of lightning ripped through her recreational vehicle at Texas Motor Speedway. "The explosion was so loud," she said Monday. Dazed, the 62-year-old Arlington woman's first reaction was to check the stove's butane tank. As she turned, she realized that her right arm was dangling and useless. "I starting screaming for my husband, 'Help me! I don't know what's... (

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4 November 2008

Associated Press

FORT WORTH, Texas — A NASCAR fan in her recreational vehicle at Texas Motor Speedway was wounded by a stray bullet after someone apparently fired a gun into the air, police said. A bullet suddenly pierced through the motor home's roof Sunday morning before the Dickies 500 race, hitting a woman in the right arm, relatives said. "She immediately (screamed), 'I've been shot. I've been shot.' She took off running out the door," her son-in-law Bobby Cook told Dallas-Fort... (

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4 November 2008

Dallas Morning News (Texas)

Fort Worth police are investigating reports from a 49-year-old Benbrook man who says he may be responsible for the stray bullet that hit an Arlington woman Sunday morning at Texas Motor Speedway. Kennith Jaramillo contacted Fort Worth police on Monday after hearing that Jill King Moss, 62, was hit in her arm by a .50-caliber bullet that pierced the roof of her RV, authorities said. Ms. Moss was taken to Harris Methodist Hospital and is expected to recover from her... (

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