Pa. man taking target practice shoots child in head with pellet gun: cops

Pa. man taking target practice shoots child in head with pellet gun: cops

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1/27/2022 2:59:00 PM

Pa. man taking target practice shoots child in head with pellet gun: cops

The child was struck in the temple-area with a pellet and suffered injuries, police said.

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