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A grandfather revealed the harrowing moment that he could barely escape his life after he had misled a shooter to think he was dead (photo, Kelvin Tennant)

& # 39; I took a deep breath – and lay perfectly still & # 39 ;: Grandfather, 74, reveals how he survived being shot at exactly a short distance in his head TWO TIMES by cheating his attacker

  • Grandfather shot twice in the face while cycling at Myrtleford in Victoria in 2017
  • Kelvin Tennant is taken to the hospital to be treated for wound pain and face
  • Bullet fragmented millimeters away from his brain, which could be fatal
  • The police have released a $ 500,000 reward for information that could lead to an arrest
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A grandfather revealed the harrowing moment that he barely escaped with his life after he had fooled a shooter by thinking he was dead.

Kelvin Tennant, 74, was shot once in the stomach and twice in the face on February 18, 2017 in Myrtleford, northeastern Victoria.

Just before that he rode on a dirt road on the bike when he noticed that a car was parked in front of the door, An ongoing case reported.

As he slowed down, the driver of the car drove to the rear of the vehicle before he knew three shots in the blank range.

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A grandfather revealed the harrowing moment that he could barely escape his life after he had misled a shooter to think he was dead (photo, Kelvin Tennant)

A grandfather revealed the harrowing moment that he could barely escape his life after he had misled a shooter to think he was dead (photo, Kelvin Tennant)

Kelvin Tennant, 74, was shot once in the stomach and twice in the face on February 18, 2017 in Myrtleford, northeastern Victoria.

Kelvin Tennant, 74, was shot once in the stomach and twice in the face on February 18, 2017 in Myrtleford, northeastern Victoria.

Kelvin Tennant, 74, was shot once in the stomach and twice in the face on February 18, 2017 in Myrtleford, northeastern Victoria.

An injured Tennant crashed to the ground, where his survival instinct immediately began.

& # 39; I deliberately played dead thinking that if he thinks I'm dead he might be able to leave, & # 39; he said.

& # 39; So he would have seen me hit the ground, let out a long breath, lay completely still, and thought, "Well, I managed to do it, I killed him."

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The shooter immediately fled before Mr. Tennant was taken to the hospital where he was operated on.

One of the bullets that hit his face was fragmented and only millimeters away from his brain.

He spent 20 days recovering in the hospital before finally being released. And since then he has been determined to help the police track down his upcoming murderer.

& # 39; There is a man who does not deserve to enjoy the freedom, & # 39; he said.

The police have lagged behind the circumstances surrounding the attack.

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Researcher Elise Douglas said she was astonished why Mr. Tennant was the target or why the driver was on the bike path.

& # 39; (The shooter) flipped his car for some reason at that particular point along the track, and their presence there led to Kelvin being shot. & # 39;

A $ 500,000 reward has been issued for all the information that could lead the police to find the shooter.

The police have released a $ 500,000 reward for all the information that can help find the shooter.

One of the bullets that hit his face was fragmented and only millimeters away from his brain

One of the bullets that hit his face was fragmented and only millimeters away from his brain

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One of the bullets that hit his face was fragmented and only millimeters away from his brain

Tennant spent 20 days recovering in the hospital before he was eventually discharged. And since then he has been determined to help the police track down his upcoming murderer

Tennant spent 20 days recovering in the hospital before he was eventually discharged. And since then he has been determined to help the police track down his upcoming murderer

Tennant spent 20 days recovering in the hospital before he was eventually discharged. And since then he has been determined to help the police track down his upcoming murderer

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