A weekend celebrating America turned tragic for one family when a father shot his son at the High Noon Gun Range in Sarasota, Florida.
William Brumby was using the last shooting lane with a solid wall on his right-hand side when a spent shell ricocheted off of the wall and bounced into the back of his shirt. According to a WFLA report, that was when the man used his right hand, which was holding his loaded weapon, to remove the shell. He recklessly pointed his firearm behind him and it accidently fired.
The shot hit his 14-year-old-son, Stephen. He was rushed to Sarasota Memorial Hospital but died as a result of the injury.
There are no charges pending for Brumby but an investigation is ongoing.
The High Noon Gun Range has been described as one of the safest indoor shooting ranges ever designed, according to The Herald-Tribune.