Student shoots mayor at Durango school; this happened

Student shoots mayor at Durango school; this happened
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A student who is in fifth grade at a school in the municipality of Lerdo, Durango, shot at a worker who works as mayor and who suffered a corneal injury that caused him to lose his sight.

According to the information, the affected person received the impact with a compressed air gun.

The injured Eder G was working in the Valentín Gómez Farías school, located in the municipality of March 21 of said lagoon city.

A group of students came to where the mayor was, one told him to turn around and shot him, hitting him in the left eye.

When directors and teachers realized this, they asked for support from the emergency service and were transferred to the ISSSTE clinic in Gómez Palacio.

The youngest was identified as Angelso far it has not been reported if it was made available to the authorities.

Compressed air guns

Air guns, also known as pellet guns, can cause damage depending on several factors, such as the power of the gun, the distance from which it is fired, the type of ammunition used, and the area of ​​the body in which it is fired. the one that impacts

Air guns can vary in power. Low power ones are usually used for recreational activities, while higher power ones can be more dangerous. High-powered ones can cause serious injuries, especially if fired at close range.

As the distance between the gun and the target increases, the speed and energy of the projectile decreases, reducing the risk of injury. However, even at moderate ranges, air guns can cause harm if not used responsibly.

The type of ammunition used also affects the danger level. Some air guns use lead pellets, which can be more harmful than plastic pellets. Additionally, some air guns are designed to fire pellets, which increases the risk of injury.

Where the projectile hits on the body can influence the severity of injuries. Shooting in the head, eyes or neck can be especially dangerous and cause serious injuries.


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