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Michigan woman pulls shotgun to ‘make a point’ and shoots self in face

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A 51-year-old Michigan woman shot herself in the face after pulling a shotgun to “make a point” during an argument.

According to Michigan Live, police in Fremont Township responded to reports of a gunshot victim around 10:00 a.m. on Monday.

The Tuscola County Sheriff’s Department said that in the midst of a family dispute, the woman pounded the butt of the shotgun against the floor, causing it to discharge, striking her in the face.

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The woman informed officers she had pulled the gun to “make a point.”

She was airlifted to St. Mary’s of Michigan Hospital in Saginaw and is expected to recover from her injuries. Police are investigating the incident, but no charges have been filed.

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