Man shot in face at Detroit bus stop walks home for help detroitnews.com
Detroit — Showing an incredible will to live, a 44-year-old man shot in the face at a bus stop early Monday morning walked home and woke his wife to take him to the hospital.
According to the Detroit Police Department, the incident occurred at about 4:30 a.m. at a bus stop at Morang and Harper.
“The victimwas standing at the bus stop when an individual walked up and just shot him in the face,” Officer Adam Madera said. “According to the victim, he didn’t know the shooter and no words were exchanged. The victim then walked home and his wife transported him to St. John Hospital where he remains in critical condition.”to read more: detroitnews.com
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