Bullet sticks out of the skull of man after stubborn shot from shooting range TWO MILES away hits him in the head as he gets out of his car in Romania – and he survives
- Constantin Vochițoiu, 22, was shot in the head in Targu Carbunesti, Romania
- It is thought that the bullet was fired from a shooting range two miles away
- Incident happened at the same time police officers practice shooting skills
A bullet stuck out of a man's skull after being hit by a headstrong shot fired from two miles away.
Constantin Vochițoiu, 22, had just climbed out of his car in Targu Carbunesti, Gorj County, Romania and closed the door when he was hit.
Fortunately due to the distance, the bullet no longer had the power to get all the way into his brain.
Constantin Vochițoiu was hit in the head by a bullet fired from two miles away after he got out of his car in Romania. His head is shown before the bullet was removed
Vochițoiu, pictured, was taken to a hop center where a specialist operated him. Police said that because of the distance, the bullet no longer had the power to invade its brain
However, it was still stuck in his skull and he was taken to the hospital where surgeons decided that it was too risky to operate immediately.
Vochițoiu was then moved to a large hospital in the city of Craiova, where a specialist removed the bullet in an emergency operation.
He told the police that he felt something hit his head and that he had been on a public road when it happened.
It also turned out that the incident happened exactly at the time police officers were practicing their shooting skills on the shooting range shortly before noon.
When requested by Digi24 if he intends to prosecute the police, Mr. Vochițoiu said he is and added: & # 39; I could be dead. & # 39;
It turned out that the incident happened at the same time that police officers practiced their shooting skills on the shooting range. The bullet is in the head of Mr Vochițoiu
Vochițoiu said he felt something hit his head when he got out of the car and closed the door. The bullet is in his hair for an operation
Alin Ivan, public relations representative of the local Gendarmes inspection, said: & # 39; More than a hundred gendarmes participated in this planned shooting. I can't tell you anything anymore at the moment. & # 39;
Authorities say that although all precautions are taken, they also warn people when shooting lessons take place in the area.
The training includes the use of machine guns with which bullets can be fired more than 3 kilometers (1.86 miles).
However, it is not clear whether all safety rules at the landfill where the shooting range is followed have been followed.
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