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Originally posted by JamCaygirl JamCaygirl wrote:

yes, we need more stories like this...

Boy, seven, pieces together his parents' dismantled gun and shoots his eight-year-old sister

  • Youngster opened lock box where gun was stored at grandparents' house
  • Boy was playing with the gun in bedroom when he inadvertently fired shot

This seven-year-old boy, pictured being escorted to the police station accidentally shot his eight-year-old sister in the arm after he managed to open a lock box and put together a dismantled gun

This youngster accidentally shot his sister in the arm after playing with a gun kept in a lock box

A seven-year-old boy accidentally shot his eight-year-old sister in the arm after he managed to open a lock box and put together a dismantled gun.

Police say the youngster inadvertently fired at his sister while playing with the weapon at home in the West Oak Lane area of Philadelphia at around 10.40am on Thursday.

The gun was stored in a lock box at the home of the children's grandparents, but the boy managed to get hold of the keys, open it up and put it together.

The two children were in the little girl's bedroom on the first floor of the property when the boy began playing with the gun, triggering it to fire a shot into the girl's arm.

On hearing the shot the girl's grandparents came to her assistance, put the gun away and took her to the hospital emergency ward at Einstein Medical Centre with non-life-threatening injuries.

She has since been transferred to Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, but medical staff say she remains in a stable condition.

The boy, who cannot been identified, was later seen being led into the police station.

According to abc Lt. George McClay of the Philadelphia Police said: 'The kid is very shook up. He's not happy with what he did and he knows he did something wrong.'

 

Friends and neighbors say this is a tight-knit family and their thoughts are with them at this time.

'They're a wonderful family. Really, they're just a close-knit family and I know this was an accident," said family friend Beverly Jackson.

The shocking incident happened in the top bedroom of this house on Georgian Road in Philadelphia where the youngsters live with their grandparents

The shocking incident happened in the top bedroom of this house on Georgian Road in Philadelphia where the youngsters live with their grandparents

While precautions were taken, police say there are better ways to secure your weapons from curious children.

'You have digital safes, things like that. You make sure kids don't know the combination. That's the best way to do it.'

The gun was registered, police say, and while the investigation continues it does not appear any charges will be filed.







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Lol. That article isn't a gun control issue.
That's a parent fail.
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Originally posted by Naturalchick30 Naturalchick30 wrote:

Well Im glad somebody knows the real deal with this gun control mess...
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You just posted a very valid point of just how important it is that everyone within your family should have respect & understanding of a firearm. I can post as many stories of small children handling firearms in a safe manor because the were taught.
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You know when you realize just how important your rights are? When there taken away.
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This article is dead on. I'm looking into steps now to be able to legally have a gun for my own protection. As long as no one violates my home or personal space with the intent to do harm, they'll be alright.

I agree with Sang on the second issue. I really don't see why your child should even know you own a gun, let alone know where it is AND be able to get to it.

Part of responsibly owning a gun is preventing things like that.

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Originally posted by Jewelsnyc Jewelsnyc wrote:

You know when you realize just how important your rights are? When there taken away.

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