9-Year-Old Girl Accidentally Kills Shooting Range Instructor

Police release video of child losing control of submachine gun in lesson
These images show the seconds before a nine-year girl accidentally shot her shooting instructor dead on Monday. Recorded at the Last Stop shooting range in White Hills, Arizona, the edited 22-second clip plays up to the point where the girl loses control of an Uzi, striking 39 year old Charles Vacca. The shocking recording taken by the girl’s parents and released by police shows Vacca standing closely next to the girl when the gun recoiled as she fired on full automatic mode. As the clip unfolds, Vacca is seen to instruct the girl to hold the weapon with two hands at all times and to take a perpendicular stance to the target. Video and full story
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9-Year-Old Girl Accidentally Kills Shooting Range Instructor
By DAN GOOD, Good Morning America August 27, 2014 A 9-year-old girl vacationing with her family accidentally shot and killed an instructor at a shooting range, authorities said. The shooting happened at 10 a.m. Monday at Ariz…

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