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Alabama man dies outside Chuck E. Cheese's when gun in diaper bag goes off
April 16, 2019
April 16, 2019 2:28 PM EDT
A sign for a Chuck E. Cheese restaurant is seen in this 2014 file photo. Justin Sullivan / Getty Images
VESTAVIA HILLS, Ala. — An Alabama man has died days after he was accidentally shot outside a Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurant when a gun discharged inside a baby’s diaper bag.
Al.com quotes the Jefferson County coroner’s office as saying Tuesday that 22-year-old Timothy Roshun Smith Jr. has died.
Police in the Birmingham suburb of Vestavia Hills say Smith was preparing to change his daughter’s diaper in a car outside the pizza restaurant Saturday when a gun stored in the diaper bag went off, hitting them both.
Police say the girl was shot in the leg and the man in the chest. The girl’s injuries weren’t considered life threatening.
Lt. Michael Keller says investigators believe the man was searching inside the diaper bag when he hit the weapon and it fired accidentally.
Teen gored in groin during Spanish bull run dies
May 1, 2019
May 1, 2019 7:17 PM EDT
Not a good idea. Two men have been killed during bull-related events in Spain. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
A Spanish teen has become the second casualty at a festival after he was gored in the groin by a bull.
Fran Gonzalez, 19, died from his injuries during the annual celebration in the town of Chilches.
Authorities say he was taken to hospital following the incident that occurred around 6 p.m. Tuesday. Gonzalez was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The Organizers of the San Vicente Ferrer festival suspended festivities and held a moment of silence for the dead teen.
Gonzalez was well known in the area as a recortadore and regularly took part in bull-related events. Recortadores are people who use their bodies to dodge the bull as it charges.
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Witnesses said Gonzalez was bleeding heavily and was unconscious when he was taken to hospital.
The bovine that killed the young man is named Juanito or ‘Little Juan.’ The animal was released into the area where fans watch behind a protective fence
“Today a minute’s silence will be held as a public show of our support and condolences for the dead man’s family and friends,” the festival said in a statement.
Last week, Juan Jose Varo, 74, was killed after being gored by a bull.