New York City woman shot with an arrow
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
A New York City woman stepped out of a car and was shot in the stomach with an arrow. The arrow is a Black Hawk 4000 ACA used in target practice. It can travel more than 1,000 feet and is 30.5 inches long with a black shaft.
Other injuries caused by arrows include ”the case of a 47-year-old man with a nonfatal head injury due to a crossbow broadhead hunting arrow penetrating the left frontal lobe. The injury was accidentally self-inflicted by the intoxicated patient.”
A family’s pet dog was shot in the chest and later died; by someone that scaled a six-foot high fence to shoot him.
Another family pet, this time a cat was shot in the head but survived.